Two of the games most exciting young talents will be on show on Sunday when the Titans host the Warriors at Cbus Super Stadium.
Rookie fullbacks Jayden Campbell (Titans) and Reece Walsh (Warriors) are potential superstars in the making.
Since making their NRL debuts this season, both players have hit the highlights reel and have showed their skill.
Titans lock Tino Fa'asuamaleaui says the two fullbacks are worth buying a ticket to watch.
"It's going to be exciting as," he said.
"They are both very good players and it's good that they're both Queenslanders.
"They're both freaks and I can't wait to go out and play alongside one of them (Campbell) and against the other (Walsh)."
Pending other results, the clash could decide a finals spot.
Should Canberra and Cronulla both drop their games against the Roosters and Storm respectively, the Titans can book a spot in the top eight with victory over the Warriors (pending for and against).
"I'll keep my eye on the other games because we obviously need some teams to lose and some teams to win but hopefully we get a bit of luck there," Fa'asuamaleaui said.
"I'm just focussing on our job here and playing well on Sunday.
"The Storm don't really lose two in a row so hopefully that sticks and hopefully they get the win but we need the other team (Roosters) to win as well.
"It would have been good if we had a couple more wins through the year so we didn't have to be sitting here like this but that's footy."
Fa'asuamaleaui says the Titans are preparing for a finals like game, knowing that should results fall their way that the Warriors will pose a tough test.
"We have to focus on ourselves and play well because if they (Roosters and Storm) win and then we come out and don't play good then it won't matter.
"We have to turn up with the right attitude and play good footy.
"They (Warriors) have been playing very good the last month and they are going to be up for it.
"There will be even more in it if we've got the chance to make finals, so they'll have motivation and we do too so it'll be a good game."