Tyrone Peachey is looking forward to wearing the Titans Indigenous jersey this weekend after missing out last time and the Titans utility doesn't mind what number it has on the back, as long as his team get the win.
"I think my role will be pretty similar to last week, I have been going lock and hooker and if anyone goes down I fill in there," Peachey said.
"Just trying to be 'Mr fixit' for the team.
"It is going to be a tough game and hopefully we can be better than the first time we played them.
"Manly have been really good this year, Tom Trbojevic is killing it and Cherry-Evans is playing well."
Peachey knows his side needs to close out victories after going close against heavyweights the Melbourne Storm and Sydney Roosters in the last fortnight.
"Justin has been dissapointed with the last two losses, but I think we are moving forward as a team and he sees that," Peachey said.
"We have just got to keep improving and trying to get better every week and try and get that win."
The Titans will wear their Indigenous jersey this week as a part of Inspire Round, where the club is celebrating the work done off the field by the club's charitable arm, Titans Together - Learn more and donate.
Peachey missed Indigenous Round when the side wore the jersey the first time due to suspension, but is excited to get to wear it at home after being a part of creating the design.
"It's awesome. I didn't get to play the first time we wore it," Peachey said.
"I was dissapointed that I was suspended, so I am happy to play in it this time and hopefully I get to keep and try and get the win would be special."
The Titans are expecting another strong home crowd on the weekend and a strong record at Cbus Super Stadium is something Peachey wants to keep in tact.
"It's awesome (the crowd) and it helps with our performance I think," he said.
"We have been good at home the last couple of seasons and hopefully we can get a win for everyone and they can come to the game."
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