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Injury update: Sami sidelined, Fotuaika good to go

Titans and Queensland fans will be buoyed by the news Moeaki Fotuaika is good to go despite picking up an ankle injury in Sunday's clash against the Sharks.

The barnstorming Maroons forward finished the game despite the bump to his left ankle, and has since been diagnosed with a low-grade AITFL sprain.

The prop will be available for selection in NRL squad for this week's clash against the Broncos and is expected to be back on deck for the captain's run on Thursday.

In other injury news, scans have revealed Phil Sami has aggravated his pre-existing left knee PCL tear and won't be available this week.

Club medicos are currently working with the flyer with the aim of returning for the Titans' home game against South Sydney at Cbus Super Stadium in Round 14.


The Gold Coast Titans can confirm Phil Sami and Moeaki Fotuaika have been sent for scans following the club's Round 11 clash against Cronulla.

High performance manager Klint Hoare confirmed the pair are currently being assessed with a further diagnosis to be determined in the next 24 hours.

High-flying Sami left the field in the 73rd minute with an injury to his left knee, whilst front row forward Fotuaika finished the game, but has since been hampered with an ankle injury sustained late in the Sunday afternoon contest.

In positive news, David Fifita will be given every opportunity to prove his fitness on Wednesday, returning from an MCL injury; whilst Brian Kelly has fully recovered from the flu and will come into calculations for selection in Friday's night's Indigenous Round matchup against the Brisbane Broncos.

In the Hostplus Cup, the news out of Burleigh's 28-22 win over the weekend was all Titans players coming through with a clean bill of health, whilst Tweed's match was postponed due to the adverse weather.

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