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Gold Coast Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says he's looking forward to the challenge of the final fortnight of the regular season, with the Titans needing to win tomorrow night against the Knights to keep their finals plans on track.

There are a few key changes from the side that took on Melbourne last week, with Tyrone Peachey moving to five-eighth and Phillip Sami returning on the wing.

Holbrook says he is expecting both to show their experience in what is a big game.

“Phillip Sami is 100 per cent fit and he’s got experience and has been firing at training," he said.

“Peach is in and Ash (Taylor) hasn’t been at his best for the last few weeks.

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“He’s been carrying a couple of little niggling injuries so I wanted to go with Peach so we are fit and firing for tomorrow night’s game.

“He (Peachey) plays as a half when he’s got the ball.

“Our strength and depth is in our forwards, so to move Peach there – he’s got plenty of experience in the halves.

"He’s played No. 6 a lot and got picked for Origin when he was playing in that position.”

“He hasn’t played there for us this year, but he plays as a half. He doesn’t need to change his attack, he just defends on an edge and he’s a tough defender.

“I’ve picked the best side I think can win the game this weekend. It’s no big statement of mine."

The Titans defeated the Knights 42 points to 16 in their previous meeting this season and will be looking for a repeat performance at Sunshine Coast Stadium.

"There are two games to go and we've got to win them so it's an exciting part of the year and there is plenty of pressure on to make the finals so it is a huge game for us tomorrow," Holbrook said.

Moeaki Fotuaika also returns after missing last week with a knee complaint, with the coach confirming that he is ready to play.

"He's good to go, he could have played last week but with the short turnaround we wanted to look after him."

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.