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The Rabbitohs and Titans kick off a disrupted Round 15 due to State of Origin 2 and it’s the Titans who have been hardest hit. Jarryd Hayne and Nathan Peats are unavailable on NSW duty, while Jarrod Wallace will miss the match either through suspension or QLD Origin selection. Konrad Hurell and Kane Elgey are under injury clouds, but the Titans do get a boost with the return of Kevin Proctor from a club-enforced suspension. The Rabbitohs side is expected to be unchanged from the side that was gallant in last week’s loss to the Broncos.
The Rabbitohs have won 8 of the 14 matches all-time but the Titans have won 2 of the last 3. The Titans won a thriller 29-28 in Perth last season, with Titans prop Ryan James scoring a double.
South Sydney are 14th on the ladder with a 4-9 record and enter this off a 24-18 loss to Brisbane at Suncorp. The Rabbitohs have won just 2 of their last 10 matches and are 1-5 at ANZ this season. Souths have conceded at least 18 points in 11 of 13 matches this season. Gold Coast have dropped three on the trot and have failed to surpass more than 12 points in those three defeats. The Titans have conceded 30-plus in 3 of their last 4 and in an astonishing 7 of 13 clashes in 2017.
Languishing four points outside the top eight in 13th and 14th place on the ladder respectively, the Titans and Rabbitohs clash in a must-win duel for both sides as they look to maintain pace with the top eight.
Unfortunately for the Titans, they face a humungous uphill battle to even be competitive in this showdown, let alone fly back to the Gold Coast with two competition points.
The Titans are missing Jarryd Hayne, Nathan Peats and Jarrod Wallace to Origin, while Kane Elgey and Tyrone Roberts are both out injured, meaning Neil Henry is working with a very inexperienced side on Friday night.
Furthermore, after such a bright period which included wins over last year’s grand finalists Melbourne and Cronulla, the Titans are on a three-match losing streak and haven’t won since the 13th of May, losing against Manly, North Queensland and the Warriors in recent weeks.
Origin stars Jarryd Hayne, Nathan Peats and Jarrod Wallace are out for the Titans along with the injured Kane Elgey, Tyrone Roberts and Karl Lawton. Chris McQueen slots into five-eighth, with Kevin Proctor, Nathaniel Peteru and Pat Politoni joining the starting pack and Eddy Pettybourne and Pat Vaivai join the bench.
Souths have named an unchanged line-up from last week.
Rabbitohs: 1. Cody Walker 2. Alex Johnston 3. Hymel Hunt 4. Bryson Goodwin 5. Aaron Gray 6. John Sutton 7. Adam Reynolds 8. George Burgess 9. Robbie Farah 10. Thomas Burgess 11. Tyrell Fuimaono 12. Angus Crichton 13. Sam Burgess.
Interchange: 14. Damien Cook 15. Kyle Turner 16. Robbie Rochow 17. Zane Musgrove 18. Braidon Burns 19. Jason Clark 20. Anthony Cherrington 22. Cameron Murray
Titans: 1. William Zillman 2. Anthony Don 3. Dale Copley 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. John Olive 6. Chris McQueen 7. Ashley Taylor 8. Nathaniel Peteru 9. Pat Politoni 10. Ryan James 11. Kevin Proctor 12. Joe Greenwood 13. Leivaha Pulu.
Interchange: 15. Morgan Boyle 16. Eddy Pettybourne 17. Max King 22. Paterika Vaivai 18. Ben Nakubuwai 19. Phillip Sami 20. Keegan Hipgrave 21. Jamal Fogarty