The Four Pointer - What to look out for in Rd 14

The Four Pointer - What to look out for in Rd 14

The South Sydney Rabbitohs are gearing up for a tricky test against the Gold Coast Titans tonight with plenty of things to look out for.

Here are four key areas that could define the outcome of this game.

 

Returning from Origin?

After stellar performances in Blue, dummy-half Damien Cook and back rower Angus Crichton are set to back up after being named on the bench in Head Coach Anthony Seibold's 20-man squad.

While last week the team catered without them, Red and Green diehards won't be too disappointed to see the representative stars back up and help steer South Sydney towards a sixth-straight win.

 

Desperation time

Those thinking the Round 14 match-up is set to be a walk in the park this weekend should take a step back.

Despite not having a great season and leaking points like a broken tap, the Titans have nothing to lose in a desperation to keep their season alive.

It's an extremely big advantage to have making them a dangerous proposition.

 

Kick targets set to clash

Last weekend young gun Campbell scored one of the trys of the season with an incredible take in Souths big win over the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.

This weekend, however, he faces a much bigger test against one of the best kick targets in the game Anthony Don.

It's sure to be an intriguing encounter, however, with an eight centimetres advantage and 11 years younger, Graham will fancy himself over the Titans veteran.

 

Expect plenty of points

Last weekend the Rabbitohs became the best-attacking team in the comp and don't expect them to slow down any time soon.

Equally, the Titans like to play an attractive brand of football, which means those heading to the game should be ready a fun game with a heap of thrills.

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