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Gold Coast Titans Aim for Third Consecutive Win Against Parramatta Eels



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The Gold Coast Titans are on a quest to secure their third consecutive victory as they prepare to take on the Parramatta Eels at the Cbus Super Stadium.

Under the guidance of coach Des Hasler, the Titans have displayed a resurgence in form, with impressive wins over the Warriors and the Cronulla Sharks in recent weeks, showcasing a potent blend of skill and determination.

As the Titans gear up to face the Eels, they will be without the services of key players like Moeaki Fotuaika, who has been called up to represent the Maroons in State of Origin, although star recruit David Fifita will be available after being excluded from Queensland’s squad by coach Billy Slater.

On the other side, the Parramatta Eels have faced challenges this season, currently languishing in the 16th spot on the ladder. While they have suffered four consecutive losses, interim coach Trent Barrett is determined to rally his team and unlock their potential for a full 80-minute performance.

Parramatta will be without the influential Mitchell Moses, who is away on NSW representative duties, adding extra pressure on the team. However, they will have a reason to celebrate at the Gold Coast match, as Reagan Campbell-Gillard reaches a significant milestone, marking his 100th game for the club and becoming only the 32nd player in premiership history to achieve this feat for two separate clubs.

Rachel Adams

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