The Sharks pulled off a great win away to a Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles who struggled with the loss of Tom Trbojevic. Cronulla scored seven tries in 65 minutes, with Sione Katoa playing a big role on the wing and Shaun Johnson's kicking ability also important, with six conversions.
The Titans also found themselves victorious last weekend, winning 12-30 in the Queensland derby against the Brisbane Broncos in front of socially-distanced supporters.
For the Titans, Tyrone Peachey will start at centre in place of Dale Copley and Bryce Cartwright has been recalled on the bench. Tyrone Roberts, who had an ankle injury, has again been included on the team's bench and remains an option
For the visitors, Andrew Fifita has been named once again to start at prop but he switched with Brandon Hamlin-Uele on the interchange last week and could well do it again. Nene Macdonald has been included on an extended bench and could make his debut for the Sharks.
Although Josh Dugan failed to finish the game against Manly due to calf tightness, he should be fine to play on Saturday.
Gold Coast Titans
Starting 13: Thompson, Don, Kelly, Peachey, Sami, Taylor, Fogarty, Fotuaika, Rein, Jolliffe, Proctor, Hipgrave, Arrow
Interchange: Boyd, Lisone, Cartwright, Wallace
Reserves: Clark, Fermor, Whitbread, Roberts
Starting 13: Moylan, Katoa, Dugan, Ramien, Goodwin, Johnson, Townsend, Fifita, Brailey, Woods, Nikora, Graham, Williams
Interchange: Rudolf, Hamlin-Uele, Talakai, Hunt
Reserves: Sorensen, Tracey, Kennedy, Macdonald
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Ones to watch
Gold Coast Titans - Jamal Fogarty
If you're keeping your eye on anybody in the Titans side for Saturday's game, then Jamal Fogarty might be the one who you should be.
The steadying influence of Fogarty helps to free up Ash Taylor to focus on his own attack and against the Broncos, Fogarty looked after a lot of the general play and allowed Taylor to take on the line when in an attacking position.
Although he hasn't come up with much individual brilliance, there's no doubt that head-coach Holbrook will be pleased with how the inexperienced halfback has helped the team.
Cronulla Sharks - Matt Moylan
Matt Moylan has found himself warming to the task of being a quality fullback for Cronulla once again.
In the three games that he has played 68 minutes or more this season, the Sharks have won all three.
He recorded two try assists in a solid performance against Manly and a good game against the Titans would set him up for a round nine clash against his old team, the Penrith Panthers.
Where to watch on TV and stream
The game is set to kick off at 06:00BST/13:00ACT and will be available to watch worldwide
- For viewers in Australia, Fox League have coverage of Friday's game
- For those in the United Kingdom, the match is available to watch on Sky Sports Arena.
- For international viewers, Watch NRL will be broadcasting the game