It's Justin's Titans against Ricky's Raiders in a Saturday night blockbuster in Sydney.
While disappointed that the game won't be in front of Gold Coast fans at Cbus Super Stadium, Coach Justin Holbrook says his side will be ready for the challenge that Ricky Stuart's Raiders present.
"It is a good test," Holbrook said.
"We've had a couple of good wins but we will be facing stiffer opposition.
"I think that is good for us and I think we are ready for that
"They've been good for a few years now and we know that."
The Raiders were beaten by the Warriors in round three, but Holbrook isn't reading too much into that result after the Canberra side were decimated by injury.
"Everyone saw what they had to deal with last week (with injuries) and they just got run down but otherwise they have a comfortable win last week."
There's key match-ups all over the park, with Holbrook saying while the Titans will need to control the Raiders stars, it will also be about his side improving.
"The key guys - the halves obviously, Hodgson at 9, Papalii, CNK, they've got some really top line players and we've got to nullify their impact.
"It's up to us, we've got to keep getting better ourselves.
"I think it is important we control the ball a bit better.
We've been able to get away with that by having a couple of good leads the last few weeks but we've got to continue on getting better."
Tanah Boyd will get his second start in the five-eighth jersey and Holbrook expects him to be better for the run last week.
"He was great Tanah last week and he will only get better as well."
After training at Homebush and Leichardt Oval this week after the NRL decided to move the game to Kogarah Oval to reduce the risk of the game being impacted by Queensland's COVID situation, Holbrook says the team won't be using that as an excuse.
"We get on with it," he said.
"It is just like playing an away game for us so there's no real big drama.
"You don't want to lose a home game and we are the only side losing a home game so that's not ideal but we'll get on with it we are still playing a game of footy and that's what we are going to do."