The Dragons’ free fall down the NRL ladder continues after a woeful capitulation last week against South Sydney however if any side had a worse time of it last weekend, it’s this weeks opponent, the Titans.
A 54-0 drubbing at the hands of the Broncos put the Gold Coast club in the competition’s bottom three as their 2017 season draws to a close.
The Dragons’ last four losses have come against bottom eight teams and they simply cannot make that number five this weekend if they still want to play finals football.
Josh Dugan was cleared of any serious injury and will line up this week while they welcome back Hame Sele and Blake Lawrie to the side.
Kevin Proctor returns for the Titans while Ashley Taylor was cleared of any structural damage to his knee and will take his place in the starting side.
This game could possibly be the ugliest game of 2017 or it may also be an offensive showcase. As for which way it will go, we have no idea.
The Dragons can kiss finals football goodbye should they drop this one at home and with a 63% win record at Jubilee Oval, we’ll (not very confidently) back them to take home the points.
Dragons by 8.
|13||Jack de Belin|
|8||Leeson Ah Mau|
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