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The Titans have won the last three matches over the Tigers and did the double over them in 2016, including a 19-18 victory at Campbelltown, with Jarryd Hayne kicking the match-winning field goal and famously declaring “This is my house”. Wingers David Nofoaluma and Anthony Don both crossed for doubles in the match.
The Wests Tigers are 3-11 and are now last on the ladder after Newcastle claimed two points with the bye. They had Cronulla beaten all ends up but blew an eight-point lead with eight minutes to go in a performance of utter stupidity. The Tigers have now dropped six on end and have conceded at least 22 in five of those. Gold Coast enter this off a horrific loss to South Sydney, going down 36-20 after leading 14-0 in what can only be called an embarrassing performance. They are 14th on the ladder with a 4-10 record. Gold Coast have the worst defence in the NRL with 30-plus conceded in four of their last five.
With the Tigers and Titans coming into this showdown with a combined nine losses on the trot, there’s no surprise this is a must-win match for both sides as they attempt to keep their slim finals chances alive.
It’s been another nightmare season for the embattled Tigers, with the joint-venture club sacking another coach in Jason Taylor, registering just three wins for the season and last week slipping to bottom on the ladder after the Knights received two points from the bye.
However Ivan Cleary will be buoyed from last week’s encouraging showing against defending premiers Cronulla at Shark Park. Yes, the Sharks were missing five players to Origin, but the Tigers were also competing without Aaron Woods and James Tedesco, and it took two Cronulla tries in the last 10 minutes for the Sharks to prevail.
It’s the second time in 2017 the Tigers have fallen to Cronulla by six points or less, illustrating their ability to match it with the best teams – it’s just producing a defensive effort and playing consistent footy each week that hinders them, along with the seemingly endless off-field drama.
Meanwhile, the Titans’ disappointing season continued last Friday night as they blew a 14-0 first half lead to fall 36-20 to the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Tigers: 1. James Tedesco 2. David Nofoaluma 3. Esan Marsters 4. Moses Suli 5. Kevin Naiqama 6. Tuimoala Lolohea 7. Luke Brooks 8. Aaron Woods 9. Jacob Liddle 10. Ava Seumanufagai 11. Sauaso Sue 12. Kyle Lovett 13. Elijah Taylor 14. Matthew Eisenhuth 15. Jj Felise 16. Michael Chee-Kam 17. Matt McIlwrick 18. Malakai Watene-Zelezniak 19. Jack Littlejohn 20. Joel Edwards 21. Alex Twal
Titans: 1. Jarryd Hayne 2. Anthony Don 3. Dale Copley 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. William Zillman 6. Tyrone Roberts 7. Ashley Taylor 8. Jarrod Wallace 9. Nathan Peats 10. Ryan James 11. Kevin Proctor 12. Chris McQueen 13. Max King 14. John Olive 15. Pat Politoni 16. Morgan Boyle 17. Joe Greenwood 18. Paterika Vaivai 19. Nathaniel Peteru 20. Agnatius Paasi 21. Jamal Fogarty