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Consistency key in chasing back-to-back wins

Fresh from an emphatic 26-10 victory over Manly on Saturday, Erin Clark's next focus is on helping deliver back-to-back wins for his Titans side for the first time this season.

Having spent the past week learning from key moments in the Dolphins disappointment, the Gold Coast notched up their fourth victory of the season with the gritty triumph that only saw one try conceded in the 80 minutes away from home - a display that was exactly what they had worked hard for in order to bounce back.

Whilst taking away plenty of confidence from the convincing defensive outing at 4 Pines Park, the Titans utility now wants to continue the ascendency heading into this weekend's Magic Round clash against Parramatta with another relentless 80-minute performance.

"We do get a little bit of confidence, but with that comes consistency now," Clark.

"It'll be nice to get back-to-back wins under the belt for the first time this season."

With the Eels in a similar position to the Titans, also hoping to find some consistency, Clark knows how lethal their forwards will be in order to get the two points - something that he'll be mindful on in the defensive focus this week ahead of Sunday night's clash.

"They've got a good pack with Junior (Paulo) leading that and they have Mitchell Moses in the halves. They definitely have a good team.. they started a bit slow, but they're slowly finding their feet " he said.

"To shut them down, we need to focus on our defence... our line speed and us working together. If we get three in a tackle, we can stop that drive and offload. That's definitely a big one.

"If we get our defence right, we can match it against any team in the comp. We've got enough attacking strike power to score points.

"It's more on the flip side with our defence. If we keep getting that right, we'll keep going well."

The 25-year-old is also backing whoever comes in to fill Kieran Foran's role should the veteran playmaker be ruled out after being surrounded by an injury cloud after his brave effort at the weekend against his former team.

"I think the good thing about us is we've got to 30 players itching to wear our jersey," Clark said.

"Whoever gets the call, they'll take it with both hands and perform their role well."

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.