Gold Coast
Titans
30
Cronulla
Sharks
10
FULLTIME
2017-07-15T09:30:00Z
Cbus Super Stadium

Preview

Despite sitting in 14th place and six points outside the eight, the Titans are one of the form teams in the bottom half of the table, meaning this won’t be an easy game for the Sharks.

Gold Coast have won their past two matches and have won five of their past 10, which is the best record over the past 10 matches from any team not currently in a finals position.

The Titans have named an unchanged side for Saturday’s match, as Jarryd Hayne, Jarrod Wallace and Nathan Peats will all be expected to back up after Origin.

Cronulla is in second place and would love to stick with the Storm in first, with Melbourne having the bye this weekend.

The Sharks have added James Segeyaro to the reserves in the hope he can replace Fa’amanu Brown at hooker, with Kurt Capewell replacing Joseph Paulo on the interchange.

Cronulla should have too much class for the Titans here.

Sharks by 4.

Team Lists

Team Stats


Scoring Plays

Titans   Sharks
6 Tries 2
3 Conversions 1
0 Penalty Goals 0
0 Field Goals 0

Attack

Titans   Sharks
164 All Runs 170
1,382 All Run Metres 1,508
5 Line Breaks 3
6 Offloads 14

Defense

Titans   Sharks
447 Kick Metres 276
0 40/20 0
328 Tackles 298
29 Missed Tackles 22

Discipline

Titans   Sharks
6 Penalties Conceded 4
8 Errors 12
0 Sin Bin 0
0 Send Offs 0

Player Stats

Summary