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Craig Bellamy does not have to think back far to be reminded of the ability of the Titans to hang in the contest.

This same fixture 12 months ago the Gold Coast came from the clouds to score two late tries and defeat Storm 38-36 in last year's Double Header.

The 74-point thriller was one of the games of the 2017 season and if Saturday is half as good, fans at Suncorp Stadium are in for one hell of a show.

The Titans may be on a four-game winless run however they showed signs last week there is that same fighting spirit that caused Storm plenty of headaches last year.

"Watching their game against the Raiders, I thought they hung in there really well," Bellamy said.

"They lost two of their best forwards at the start of the game, then they lost another guy 10 minutes into the second half and another guy with 15 minutes to go, they had no one on the bench and still scored the last try of the game.

"That is one trait the Gold Coast have had the last couple of years, their effort is consistently very good."

As for the fitness of Curtis Scott, the 20-year-old is in line for a return from the ankle injury that ruled him out of Sunday's clash with the Dragons.

In the eyes of the coach the equation is simple for Scott to guarantee his selection.

"He just needs to get through training," Scott said

"He probably won't do all of the session today but he will do part of it and we will see how he pulls up tomorrow.

"If he pulls up fine we will take him up for Captain's Run but if he can't get through today he won't be playing."

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