Saturday afternoon’s clash between these two sides looms as an especially important one as both teams are in the hunt to compete for the bottom spots in the top eight.
A loss for either team would diminish their chances greatly, with the home side getting a major boost with the return of hooker Nathan Peats, while Jarryd Hayne moves back to his preferred position of full-back after a week in the centres.
The Warriors have a healthy 60% win rate on the Gold Coast and will use that to return to the winner’s circle after losing three of their past four matches. Inconsistency has plagued the Warriors all season long with the New Zealand side making just one change from their loss against Parramatta last week as Bunty Afoa comes in for James Gavet.
Queensland’s 18th man Jarrod Wallace has been in great form all season long for the Titans and his matchup with fellow Maroon Jacob Lillyman will be one to watch.
This match is genuinely a flip of the coin, as both sides are capable of beating anyone on their day.
We’ll back the Queensland side to take the points but with no real confidence.
Titans by 4.
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