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    After the Titans won their first match against the Panthers, Penrith have won their next two against the Titans.

    Since the beginning of 2009 the Titans have won 14 of their 17 matches at Skilled Park. The will be looking to avoid consecutive defeats at home for the first time since Rd 26, 2008.

    Penrith has won their last four matches. They have not won five consecutive matches since winning six consecutive matches from Rd 21, 2005 until Rd 1, 2006.

    Penrith has won their last two away matches; they have not won three consecutive away matches since Rd 12, 2008.

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    I'm hoping Prince is back for this, make it a great clash.

    Hoping to see Jennings get in the clear so we can see if Gordon and Mead can run him down or if he'll leave them in his dust.

    Remember this try? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahAkhnvAbsw

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    Titans v Panthers
    Saturday, Skilled Park, 5.30pm (AEST)

    Referees: Jared Maxwell and Bernard Sutton
    Head to head: Panthers 2, Titans 1
    Last clash: Panthers 34 bt Titans 20 at CUA Stadium (rd 7, 2009)
    TAB Sportsbet: Titans $1.70, Panthers $2.10
    FootyTab: Panthers +2.5

    This should be a terrific game, and a great opportunity for the Panthers to find out exactly where they stand. They have won four in a row to go to second on the competition table, but the Titans have built an excellent record at home during their short history in the NRL. This season, the Titans have beaten the Warriors, Raiders and Storm at home, and lost to the Dragons. The Panthers, on the road, have beaten the Knights and Warriors and lost to the Cowboys.

    The Panthers won the battle of the big cats at home against the Tigers last weekend. It was a tight contest in the second half, but the Panthers ended up getting the victory by eight points, in a clear sign they are maturing as a side. In recent years, they would have more likely than not found a way to lose a close game like that. The Titans won on the road against the Sea Eagles, after looking like they were well off the pace for most of the game. But the Titans are real scrappers, and will understandably start favourites - if only slightly - at home.

    TITANS: William Zillman, Kevin Gordon, Clinton Toopi, Joseph Tomane, David Mead, Greg Bird, Preston Campbell, Luke Bailey (capt), Nathan Friend, Brad Meyers, Anthony Laffranchi, Mark Minichiello, Ashley Harrison. Interchange: Matt White, Michael Henderson, Sam Tagataese, Jordan Atkins.

    PANTHERS: Lachlan Coote, Michael Gordon, Michael Jennings, Adrian Purtell, Brad Tighe, Travis Burns, Luke Walsh, Tim Grant, Kevin Kingston, Petero Civoniceva (capt), Trent Waterhouse, Frank Pritchard, Luke Lewis. Interchange: Nathan Smith, Matthew Bell, Wade Graham, Sam McKendry, Masada Iosefa (one to be omitted)

    Source: http://www.smh.com.au
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    Scott Prince likely starter for Titans against in-form Penrith

    April 30, 2010

    Gold Coast Titans skipper Scott Prince is poised to make an early NRL return from a broken thumb against the Penrith Panthers at Skilled Park.

    Prince has completed a morning training session with the Titans and coach John Cartwright has declared him a likely starter against the in-form Panthers.

    The Titans halfback showed no signs of discomfort in the 80-minute session, his first since having a pin removed from his thumb.

    "If he wakes up OK in the morning he'll play," Cartwright said.

    Prince's return would likely force a backline reshuffle with Preston Campbell moving from halfback to fullback.

    Campbell was a stand-out in the Titans' upset 24-22 comeback victory over Manly at Brookvale Oval.

    "It will be an advantage having (Prince) come back fresh after a short turnaround (from the Manly game)," Cartwright said.

    "He's had four weeks off his legs - he can't wait."
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    David Mead wants to play fullback. David Mead plays well at fullback. The Titans actually look more dangerous than the common household doorstop when David Mead plays at fullback.

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    So Atkins dropped and Zilly to the bench

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwigibo View Post
    So Atkins dropped and Zilly to the bench
    He should never make the 17 :boo:
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    Quote Originally Posted by TITAN PETE View Post
    He should never make the 17 :boo:
    i bet we all thought atkins was gonna be a superstar in round 1 2008.........

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    Damn it!!

    3rd home game in a row im gonna miss


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    im going for Gold Coast by 8 at home gonna be a cracking game! Will be watching this on TV for sure.

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    Sorry to hear that Coaster. You'll be missed once again. : ( hope you can get to one soon so we can catch up.

    I am so happy that Prince is back. We performed nobly without him. And those wins against Manly and Melbourne areones we will remember forever.

    Hopefully we will see our boys at season best form. The last loss at home really hurt. Really don't want anymore of that.

    See you at the game! Make sure if it's possible that you come. We need your support! Go Titans!
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    i bet on titans 1-12, so hopefully we win by 12

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    I'd settle for any win. Panthers can score points. And if we can plug our defence with Tomane and Mead. They will find it hard to score.

    Tonights game is a true test of Penrith's Premiership credentials.
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    I'm looking forward to watching this one. Should be a great game.
    "You make sure they remember, *forever*, the night they played the Titans!"

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    Yea you'll see some great attackng rugby league. It'll come down to our defence though. Interested to see Prince. He
    must be jumping outta his skin to rip in.
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    In the past, even as a diehard Titan supporter, I have questioned some of their wins, but that was unquestionably a great win by a great team.


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