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Prop Tino Fa'asuamaleaui is set to suit up for Gold Coast despite being sent home from training earlier in the week due to a bout of gastroenteritis.

The Titans are yet to officially announce their final line-up but he will be crucial after they lost David Fifita for two weeks, with the powerhouse forward unsuccessful at the judiciary on Tuesday night in his attempt to have a high tackle charge downgraded.

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Round 10 Late Mail

Titans v Panthers, Sunday 6.25pm at Suncorp Stadium

Titans: David Fifita will miss two games after failing to have his grade two high tackle charge downgraded at the judiciary. Beau Fermor moves into the second row and new recruit Esan Marsters will play centre in jersey 17. Tanah Boyd retains the five-eighth jersey. 

Jayden Campbell is the final omission from the team one hour from kick-off and Sam Stone is 18th man. Erin Clark was omitted from the squad on Saturday.

Prop Tino Fa'asuamaleaui was sent home from Gold Coast training on Wednesday because he is still getting over a bout of gastroenteritis. As expected he will take his place in the starting line-up.

The Titans have conceded 140 points in their past four games.

Panthers: Kurt Capewell will miss a week after a failed HIA in round nine, with Liam Martin starting in the back row and debutant J'maine Hopgood joining the bench.

Mitch Kenny drops out of the final 17 and centre Paul Momirovski, returning after serving a three-game suspension, is 18th man with Matt Burton retaining his place in the starting side.

Spencer Leniu and Robert Jennings were the first two players cut 24 hours before kick-off.

The Panthers will be aiming to become only the seventh team to win their first 10 games in a season.

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