After a heavy loss to the Eels, Canberra will be looking to bounce back in front of their home fans as the in-form Sharks head to the nation's capital.
No change at the top of the NRL power rankings, but there have been some significant moves in the chasing pack.
Luke Lewis has taken an early guilty plea and will miss his side's Round 7 match, while Greg Bird will head to the NRL judiciary to dispute the grading.
Sharks vice-captain Wade Graham insists his side can't get too ahead of themselves after a gritty victory over the Titans to improve their start to 4-2.
The Roosters and Knights finally got their first wins of the season, while the Dragons' attack continued to struggle and the Panthers lost another close one.
Sharks fullback Ben Barba claims he was set to end his NRL career this season if he hadn't rediscovered some of his best form in 2016.
A bruising contest at Southern Cross Stadium on Sunday afternoon saw the Sharks withstand a spirited Titans fight back.
Despite coming off second best, Sharks five-eighth James Maloney had no issue with the hit put on by Greg Bird which was placed on report.
Cronulla will look into an incident that occurred following their win over the Titans on Sunday, with Chris Heighington's young son run down by a buggy.
Despite losing James Maloney and Luke Lewis through injury, the Sharks have rallied to get the better of the Titans at Southern Cross Group Stadium on Sunday.