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Titans Coach Justin Holbrook knows it is a simple equation against the Warriors tomorrow.

"We've just got to go out there and play well and win by 12 points and we are in the finals," he said.

Now the task has been set, Holbrook says it is about executing to make sure the Titans can firstly defeat a New Zealand team with plenty of potency.

"We've just got to win the game first and play well.

"To chase 12 points is not the easiest thing to be worrying about during the game.

"It's the position we are in and we know we are in it but at least we are in with a chance.

"The Warriors have got a big pack and they're going to roll down the field so we've got to make sure we nullify that."

Holbrook says his side won't be changing they way they attack despite needing to bridge the 12-point margin.

"I think if we defend well we're going to be ok," Holbrook said.

"We've scored points quite comfortably through the year and whenever we've played well it's because we've got our defence right."

Anthony Don remains in the Titans squad, but Holbrook says he is unlikely to play at Cbus Super Stadium tomorrow.

The team wore special "The Don" shirts for today's Captain's Run and Holbrook says everyone is determined to put on a strong performance for the Titans veteran who will be celebrated with a lap of honour pre-game.

Anthony Don discusses the 5,000 Lauxes Grates masks being handed out on Sunday

"He has been terrific for us Donny and it is great for the whole club and all of our fans to get out there and celebrate the career he has had.

"He won't make the side tomorrow, but we want to represent him and do him proud."

Holbrook said finals has always been the goal as the Titans build into premiership contenders and now he's keen to see his side take the opportunity.

"We finished ninth last year and I've said right from the start (of the season) that we want to play finals footy and we've got a great opportunity to do that.

"I also said at the start of the year that I couldn't see the top five or six sides changing and I thought we'd all be battling it out for seventh and eighth and if we're good enough to sneak into eighth then that's what we want."