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Titans turn focus to ANZAC Round, Rabbitohs

"We have got to accept that, learn from it and get better for next week."

Justin Holbrook, wants to use yesterday's loss to the Manly Sea Eagles as a tool for his side to get better and it starts in five days time when the Titans take on the Rabbitohs for NRL ANZAC Round at Cbus Super Stadium. TICKETS

With the South Sydney Rabbitohs returning to the Gold Coast for the first time in three years, it is shaping up as a big crowd and key match in both teams' seasons.

The Titans have won both their home games at Cbus Super Stadium in 2021 and the Rabbitohs have now won 5 straight after dropping their first game of 2021, but looked less certain against a resilient Wests Tigers side last night.

The game will also commemorate ANZAC Day as part of the NRL's ANZAC Round and will include a pre-game commemoration ceremony, before the action on the field takes centre stage.

Across the park their are mouth watering matchups and perhaps none more so than the battle of the two fullbacks in AJ Brimson and Latrell Mitchell.

Both players are barometers of their teams fortunes - when they fire, it is rare that their side is the losing team. 

Former Titan, Jai Arrow returns to the coast since he left the club in the off-season and will be up against the players who have replaced him in the squad with Tino Fa'asuamaleaui headlining that list.

Dave Fifita will face Rabbitohs hitman, Jaydn Su'a andthe battle of the halfbacks will be key to moving their men around the field as Adam Reynolds and Jamal Fogarty take similar roles in their respective sides.

The games shapes up to be an intriguing look at where the Titans sit in 2021 and a big opportunity to make a statement in front of a passionate home crowd.

TICKETS: Titans v Rabbitohs - Be there as Cbus Super Stadium comes alight.