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Titans Coach Justin Holbrook has confirmed that his side will be bolstered by the return of David Fifita and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui for tomorrow's game against the Sydney Roosters.

The Queensland Origin players will add plenty to the Titans pack and will back up after playing in Townsville on Wednesday night.

"I said all along that I was going to see how they pulled up and I didn't want to put pressure on them either way," Holbrook said.

"They're both keen to back up.

"I didn't want to make it my decision, I wanted it to be a mutual one.

"If they're keen to play, we'd love to have them and that's hopefully going to be the way we go."

Jayden Campbell will get another chance in the fullback jersey and will play his first game in front of the Titans Legion at Cbus Super Stadium.

AJ Brimson will drop out of the Titans squad as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

"His (Brimson) knee is not 100 percent," Holbrook said.

"He only had to do a small job (for Queensland) that they were confident that he could do but I just think it is too short a time for me to get him to back up.

"Jayden Campbell was really good last week and I want to give him another game.

"I think like anyone the more you play the more comfortable you get.

"I had a chat to him (Campbell) this week and said I want you to involve yourself as much as you can and don't be worrying about anyone else or other options.

"He is such a good natural footy player, we're going to need that from him and he needs to just go out and enjoy playing footy."

Greg Marzhew will also play his first game in front of a home crowd after making his NRL debut last weekend, while Joe Vuna also remains a chance of playing his first Titans game on the Gold Coast as he remains in the extended squad.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.