The Titans will look to get back to their winning ways at 'fortress' Cbus Super Stadium this Saturday against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
Titans players have previously stated that they want to make their home ground a fortress and recent results show they are on their way to doing that.
With 4 wins in their last 5 games at Cbus Super Stadium and 5 in their last 7 stretching back to August of 2020, the Titans are slowly building a strong reputation at their Gold Coast home.
Buoyed by strong local support in 2021, the club will know that Trent Barrett's Bulldogs are no easy beats - especially after they picked up their first win against the Sharks a fortnight ago and took the Canberra Raiders all the way on the weekend for Magic Round.
On the Titans side of the ledger there has been a few changes since the last time they were at home.
They will be without Herman Ese'ese, Tyrone Peachey and David Fifita due to suspension, while leading try scorer, Corey Thompson remains injured on the sidelines for a few more weeks yet.
Those change have allowed opportunities for new stars to shine though, with backrower Beau Fermor bringing his strong Intrust Super Cup form to first grade.
While on the flanks, Justin Holbrook commented how Phil Sami has improved every game this year, including a strong showing and double try performance against the Tigers in Round 9.
Titans Co-Captain Kevin Proctor wants his side to go back to basics and focus on the now.
"We've just got to stop thinking so far ahead and just think week to week and get some consistency in our game.
"Until we can do that (find consistency) we can't think about finals footy, we just have to think about playing consistent footy week to week and doing our own job."
After a three weeks playing away, Proctor and his side get the chance to do that and for Titans fans it is another chance to watch their team bring Cbus Super Stadium alight in their quest for finals football in 2021.