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Injury report: Positive progressions for Fifita, Campbell

Titans medicos have confirmed injured duo Jayden Campbell and David Fifita won't be available for this Saturday's season opener against the Dragons, but there is positive news on the horizon for the Gold Coast stars.

The pair have been progressing well through their rehab after their respective injuries to Fifita's shoulder (partial pec tear) and Campbell's knee (dislocated patella) and have successfully begun their integration to team training in the past fortnight.

Whilst missing the season opener, they are currently expected to be back and available for selection between Rounds 4-6 depending on their recovery advancement.

Isaac Liu has also been given the green light to celebrate his 250th NRL game in Round 1 after a minor knee injury sidelined the experienced forward from the Titans' major trial against the Eels.

In other injury news, AJ Brimson is progressing through the NRL's mandatory concussion protocols as expected after failing his head injury assessment in the pre-season clash against Parramatta.

It is expected he will be pass his final test and be available to notch up his century of NRL appearances against the Red V this weekend.

Finally, Titans development forward Ben Liyou is expected to return to the Hostplus Cup in the next month after a small setback in his recovery saw him require a basic procedure to reduce swelling in the knee.

He is progressing well after returning from a ruptured ACL in 2023.

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.