2021 NRL – Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels Preview & Prediction Live TV Channel, Broadcast and TV Live Coverage News. When is Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels taking place? Friday 16th July, 2021 – 09:00 (UK)
Where is Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels taking place? Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast
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THE TEAM NEWS
GOLD COAST TITANS
Starting 13: Brimson, Sami, Kelly, Herbert, Thompson, Taylor, Fogarty, Wallace, Clark, Fotuaika, Proctor, Fifita, Fa’asuamaleaui – Interchanges: Peachey, Lisone, Jolliffe, Fermor – Reserves: McIntyre, Ese’ese
Unavailable: Greg Marzhew (Injured)
Gold Coast Titans ended a run of four consecutive losses with a superb display against Canberra Raiders last time out with that victory putting them right back into contention for a top eight spot.
The Titans raced into a 0-22 lead at the break and were able to keep their foot on the gas in the second half to run out 6-44 winners but this is a big task to back that up against a top four opponent which is also a team that they have lost to in their last four meetings.
Starting 13: Gutherson, Sivo, Opacic, Blake, Dunster, D. Brown, Moses, Campbell-Gillard, Mahoney, Niukore, Papali’i, Matterson, N. Brown – Interchanges: Lane, Kaufusi, Cartwright, Smith – Reserves: Penisini, Arthur
Unavailable: Ray Stone (Injured), Nathaniel Roache (Injured), Wiremu Greig (Injured), Junior Paulo (Rested)
Parramatta Eels fell short in their battle with rivals Penrith Panthers with Mitchell Moses’ penalty effort on the hooter going wide of the posts which condemned his side to a 13-12 defeat.
The Eels were right in the contest throughout but they will have been disappointed to lose for the first time in four matches, especially as they were facing a team without their first-choice halves pairing.
Gold Coast Titans are still in the hunt for a spot in the finals thanks to seeing off Canberra Raiders last time out but this will be a real challenge for them to back that up as they host Parramatta Eels. The hosts ended a four-match losing streak with a dazzling display in which they looked white hot with the ball and they also demonstrated some solid defensive efforts too. The Eels on the other hand were beaten by Penrith Panthers in their latest contest which was a first defeat in four games and while they will be confident of making it five straight wins against the Titans, the points should flow in this contest with at least 50 likely to be scored with that total being reached in the hosts’ last four games.