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Another milestone beckons for Titans forward

After reaching the 250 NRL game milestone already this season, Isaac Liu will celebrate 50 Titans games when he runs out against Canberra on Sunday.

The experienced forward says while it is another nice moment in his career, he's focused on other things against the Raiders.

"It's exciting (50 games) and I look forward to putting the jersey on and representing the club," Liu said.

After missing the Titans loss to North Queensland in round four due to HIA protocols, Liu will return for the trip to the national capital.

He says the squad have mentally shifted to focus on the challenge the Raiders present.

"It (the mood) was a bit down when they got back, but it is all good now and we will put that behind us and look forward to this week," he said.

"We did put ourselves under pressure a bit, turning over the ball and penalties, but we will just keep turning up and doing our jobs."

Missing Captain Tino Fa'asuamaleaui and fellow middle Keenan Palasia, Liu says he doesn't need to do anything differently to help lead the young pack.

"I'm just reinforcing to them to not listen to the outside," Liu said.

"For us as middles it is about me doing my job and them following and for me leading as well.

"It hasn't been the best start, but a win can make everything feel better and hopefully we go down there and get the result we want.

"If we hold the ball and get a bit of possession you can see that we can play footy.

"It's just more holding the ball and not giving those leg outs and once we hold onto it we can put pressure back onto the opposition.

"Coming off a few losses, we just have to make sure we do our jobs as leaders and we stay positive.

"Don't give up on us, we are working on it and boys are giving their effort.

"We need to put it behind us and move on."

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.