The Macca's Local Derby between the Gold Coast Titans and Brisbane Broncos is arguably the biggest two matches of the year for both clubs.
Essentially 'Big brother' versus 'little brother' in South East Queensland, it's always created plenty of rivalry when both teams travel up and down the M1 for bragging rights.
Match: Broncos v Titans
Round 12 -
Venue: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
With the ledger at one apiece from last year's clashes and the pre-season trial between the two sides being a draw, it's set to be a blockbuster Friday night in the first instalment of the derby in 2022.
But how well do you know your Macca's Local Derby history?
We've put together five quick trivia questions to test your knowledge on the South East Queensland rivalry - see how you go below.
- Where was the first Macca's Local Derby played?
- How many times has the Macca's Local Derby been played?
- In last year's first Macca's Local Derby, how many tries did David Fifita score?
- How many times has the Macca's Local Derby been played in a finals series?
- How many former Broncos will wear Titans colours and line-up against the former club?
Scroll down to reveal the answers.
Match highlights: Titans v Broncos
1. Suncorp Stadium
A whopping 47,686 spectators packed the Cauldron to witness the first ever Macca's Local Derby in Round 5, 2007. Despite the game being close at half-time, the Titans ran away with the match in the second half to win 28-16 thanks to a Brett Delaney double.
In fact, both Macca's Local Derby clashes were played in Brisbane that year with the two sides meeting again in Round 17. This time, it was a Darren Lockyer field goal that proved the difference, getting the Broncos home 19-18.
The South East Queensland clash has been played on 31 occasions, with the Broncos winning 21 to the Titans 10; but the Gold Coast will be hoping to get another tally when they face off against their rivals from up the road.
A David Fifita double stole the show when the Titans met the Broncos in Round 2, 2021.
The wrecking ball crossed the white stripe in the 32nd and 54th minutes to help his team to a 28-16 victory at Cbus Super Stadium.
The Titans and Broncos have met on two occasions in finals appearances.
The first time being in the 2009 qualifying final where Brisbane tested the Gold Coast at home, getting a 40-32 win to progress; and the next being in 2016, when a Chris McQueen double wasn't enough to stop a rampaging Broncos from a 44-28 victory to claim that qualifying final.
Former Broncos Jamayne Isaako, Jarrod Wallace and David Fifita are all set to suit up against their former club when the Titans travel to Suncorp Stadium.
Tanah Boyd held a contract with the Brisbane-based club as a junior but made his debut at the Titans and the only other current Titans player to call formerly call Red Hill home is Herman Ese'ese, who was named earlier in the week on the extended bench.