The Roosters and Titans meet for the first time in Sunday's triple-header at WIN Stadium and both teams need a win after opening round losses last weekend in Newcastle.
Ball control was an issue for both sides in their season openers and with a wet forecast predicted on Sunday, whoever can complete their sets will go a long way to winning the game.
Roosters coach John Strange has been forced to make a few changes following last Sunday's 20-4 loss to the Broncos but his key stars still remain.
Titans coach Jamie Feeney has also made some subtle changes to the team which lost 20-12 to the Dragons in their first NRLW match.
Match: Roosters v Titans
Round 2 -
Venue: WIN Stadium, Wollongong
Roosters: Winger Claire Reed is a late withdrawal, causing a reshuffle with Yasmin Meakes shifting to the wing and Sarah Togatuki to the back row. Maori All Stars prop Mya Hill-Moana comes into the side for her NRLW debut.
A new-look halves pairing with Raecene McGregor promoted from the bench to take over at halfback. Jocelyn Kelleher switches to five-eighth and last week's No.7 Zahara Temara goes to the bench.
Skipper Corban Baxter has been named among the reserves after she was a late withdrawal in round one due to a positive COVID-19 test and remains a chance to be a late inclusion.
Hannah Southwell is available to play after receiving an official warning but no suspension for a dangerous contact charge on Broncos five-eighth Tarryn Aiken.
Titans: Maroons representative Brianna Clark comes out of the side with April Ngatupuna called in for her maiden NRLW game off the bench.
Jillaroos dual World Cup winning prop Steph Hancock will start in the front row while coach Jamie Feeney has called in Indigenous All Stars centre Jasmine Peters in a minor backline reshuffle.
With Peters in the centres, Lauren Dam shifts out to the wing in place of Jetaya Faifua.
Feeney has again named Kiwi Ferns star Georgia Hale on the interchange and Destiny Brill at hooker but they swapped places before kick-off in last Sunday’s 20-12 loss to St George Illawarra and may do so again.
Fullback for Roosters is number 1 Brydie ParkerFullback for Titans is number 1 Evania Pelite
Winger for Roosters is number 2 Leianne TufugaWinger for Titans is number 2 Karina Brown
Centre for Roosters is number 3 Jessica SergisCentre for Titans is number 3 Jasmine Peters
Centre for Roosters is number 4 Isabelle KellyCentre for Titans is number 4 Tiana Raftstrand-Smith
Winger for Roosters is number 11 Yasmin MeakesWinger for Titans is number 5 Lauren Dam
Five-Eighth for Roosters is number 6 Jocelyn KelleherFive-Eighth for Titans is number 6 Grace Griffin
Halfback for Roosters is number 7 Raecene McGregorHalfback for Titans is number 7 Kimiora Breayley-Nati
Prop for Roosters is number 10 Tayla PredebonProp for Titans is number 8 Shannon Mato
Hooker for Roosters is number 9 Olivia HigginsHooker for Titans is number 9 Brittany Breayley-Nati
Prop for Roosters is number 23 Mya Hill-MoanaProp for Titans is number 10 Stephanie Hancock
2nd Row for Roosters is number 8 Sarah Togatuki2nd Row for Titans is number 11 Zara Canfield
2nd Row for Roosters is number 12 Olivia Kernick2nd Row for Titans is number 12 Tazmin Gray
Lock for Roosters is number 13 Hannah SouthwellLock for Titans is number 13 Destiny Brill
Interchange for Roosters is number 14 Shawden BurtonInterchange for Titans is number 14 Georgia Hale
Interchange for Roosters is number 15 Keilee JosephInterchange for Titans is number 15 Jessika Elliston
Interchange for Roosters is number 16 Zahara TemaraInterchange for Titans is number 17 Shaniah Power
Interchange for Roosters is number 17 Simone KarpaniInterchange for Titans is number 19 April Ngatupuna
Replacement for Roosters is number 18 Joeli MorrisReplacement for Titans is number 20 Hailee-Jay Maunsell
- Senior Review Official: Chris Butler
Hannah Southwell v Georgia Hale: The battle between the NSW Origin lock, Southwell, and the Kiwi veteran, Hale, promises to be one to keep an eye on.
Both players are renowned for their defensive grit, footy smarts and leadership, while they are also among the game's high achievers - Southwell being the RLPA's 2020 player of the year and becoming the first female player appointed to the RLPA board, while Hale is a former Warriors captain and the 2020 Veronica White Medallist for her off-field work.
Titans fullback Evania Pelite ran a game high 172 metres in 14 carries of the ball against the Dragons and will be a player the Roosters need to keep an eye on after also finishing with a line-break and five tackle breaks. In comparison, Roosters fullback Brydie Parker - deputing for Corban Baxter - carried the ball for 93 metres in 12 runs from the backfield against the Broncos.