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After missing the last two rounds with injury, Titans winger Anthony Don is a big chance of returning for Friday night's ANZAC Round Clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Cbus Super Stadium.

Gold Coast High Performance Manager Klint Hoare says Don has recovered well from a hip injury he sustained in the Titans round four match against the Raiders.

"Anthony Don is a big chance to play this weekend against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Cbus (Super Stadium)," Hoare said.

"The good thing for him is he has got through a full week of training and return to run program and he will be integrated into skills (this week) and should be ready to go."

In a further boost for the Titans backline strike power, Phillip Sami is another who could return to the side this week.

"With Phil Sami he was named to play but just regressed (after a concussion)," Hoare said.

"This week he will progress back into his protocols and he'll be flying ready to go for Souths."

Despite the result in Mudgee, one positive is the Titans side escaped without any serious injuries. 

"We got the all clear after the Mudgee game against the Manly Sea Eagles.

"We had two players coming back in their second game in Brian Kelly and Ash Taylor and they got through again unscathed so I think they're now sitting quite well."

"The wider squad is in really good health at the moment (as well) in terms of injuries.

"We sustained an injury in the captain's run the night before (the Intrust Super Cup game between Tweed and Burleigh), we lost Sam Stone but he should be available for the next game."