The Gold Coast Titans have won three in a row including last night's historic victory over the Melbourne Storm but yet again, injuries to a number of key players have left their season

Star player Jarryd Hayne was forced from the field with nerve issues in his left knee but the Titans are confident he'll be right to play against Manly in their next match.

The news gets worse though with lock forward Ryan Simpkins expected to miss the rest of the season with a suspected ACL injury. While winger Dan Sarginson suffered a dislocated shoulder in the second half.

Chris Grevsmuhl dislocated his shoulder earlier in the year and is facing season-ending injury to repair the joint. The Titans are no doubt hoping Sarginson won't be the same.

"Jarryd's is a bit unusual. It's a bit of a nerve problem in his leg," Gold Coast coach Neil Henry explained.

"His foot was a bit dead there for a bit but we don't think it was too bad.

"Hopefully that's the one there could be a recovery for but the other two you'd say are going to be out for a while."

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