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Maroons back to blue with Parramatta

On Wednesday they starred at Cbus Super Stadium in Maroon, on Friday they hopefully will do the same in a shade of blue.

All three Titans Origin representatives are ready to back up for an important clash against the Parramatta Eels, with Coach Justin Holbrook confirming that Moeaki Fotuaika, AJ Brimson and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui area expected to line up.

"I'm expecting all three to play," Holbrook said.

"I didn't really have a plan for them, I just wanted them to worry about the game and then see how they pulled up.

"All three played around 40 minutes, so as long as they all pull up ok then I'm happy for them to play and then we've got a long turnaround into the next game."

The Titans mentor says the short turnaround from a successful Origin on home soil will help boost the confidence of his returning Maroons.

"I think it was really important having them win the game, I think that will help them back up short term," he said.

"If they didn't get the result it would have mentally drained them a bit.

"All three played well and that's what you want, you want them loving playing footy and nothing beats winning.

"We were lucky enough it was played at our home ground and to have all three play well is just going to add to our confidence which is a good thing."

The Titans last start performance was a 44 points to 6 win over Canberra in round 16, with the Club having the bye last round.

"That (win) feels like forever ago now," Holbrook said.

"It was important we trained well after that Canberra game and we have had a good two weeks of training heading into tonight's game against Parramatta.

"We're two thirds of the way through but every week is important and we know how congested it is where we sit on the table.

"I want us to be consistent in how we play and back it up with another good performance.

"We need to knock off some of the top sides and we've got a great opportunity to do that against Parramatta."