NRL 2020: Gold Coast Titans v New Zealand Warriors round nine preview – NRL.COM

Secret match-up.

The Rundown.

Warriors: Fullback and captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck returns from a one-game suspension with Peta Hiku moving to centre and Gerard Beale out. Chanel Harris-Tavita starts at five-eighth for Kodi Nikorima (head knock) with Jazz Tevaga back from injury on the bench. Karl Lawton has been called at lock with Tohu Harris in the second row in a swap from where each played recently.

Team news.

Karl Lawton has actually been named at lock with Tohu Harris in the 2nd row in a swap from where each played last week.

The Titans, on the other hand, failed to turn what at half-time was a winnable match versus the Sharks last weekend into two points.

Adam Blair v Jai Arrow. This has to do with more than just two of the finest hairstyles in the NRL, both men are proven associate entertainers who inspire those around them. Blair was enormous against the Broncos recently while Arrow has all the qualities wanted from a top-line middle forward.

Blair was immense against the Broncos last week while Arrow has all the qualities desired from a top-line middle forward.

Ken Maumalo turned in a first-class performance in last weeks win over Brisbane.

After providing rookie coach Todd Payten his first win, the Central Coast-based Warriors will be chasing after a fourth win in 7 matches following the resumption of the competition..

Ken Maumalo kipped down a luxury efficiency in recentlys win over Brisbane. Along with scoring two attempts – among which defied gravity – he ran for 291m (including 104 post-contact metres). Include two line breaks and 10 tackle breaks and you can see why coach Todd Payten was so impressed.

Titans: Corey Thompson returns to fullback with Treymain Spry to debut on the wing and Tyrone Roberts out of the 17. Sam Stone is called up in the back row with Beau Fermor changing to centre and Tyrone Peachey to the bench. Erin Clark begins for hooker Mitch Rein (ankle).

Stat Attack.

Buoyed by a come-from-behind win over the Broncos, the Warriors deal with a Titans side that stopped working to play out the 80 minutes last weekend.