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Cbus Super Stadium ready to come alight for Eels clash

The Titans clash with the Parramatta Eels next Friday night is shaping as a blockbuster on the field and it has now been confirmed fans will be able to join in big numbers off the park as well with Cbus Super Stadium confirming no attendance restrictions in place for the game.

Friday Night Lights - Be there for Titans v Eels as Cbus comes alight! 

Stadiums Queensland confirmed the crowd can reach full capcity at the home of the Titans, earlier this week.

Titans CEO, Steve Mitchell said this was a great result for Titans Members and fans and a reflection of the great work the broader community had done with the recent lockdown.

"It is great that we can have as many Titans fans as possible in the stadium come next Friday night," Mitchell said.

"Our legion of Members and fans are so important to our team and having them there when they take on the Eels will be a big boost for Justin Holbrook (Head Coach) and his team.

"We have upped our game day presentation outside of just the 80minutes this year with and our players have responded to the increased community support."

The Titans have won six of their last nine games at the venue and will look to bring their strong form displayed against the Raiders back to Cbus Super Stadium.

The Titans were dominant on both sides of the ball as they went on to win 44-6 in the nation's capital.

Captain Jamal Fogarty starred, while the Titans Origin contingent were strong and will again be on show come Friday fortnight.

Friday Night Lights - Be there for Titans v Eels as Cbus comes alight!