The NRL's newest neighbours will square off, with the Storm welcoming the Titans to their temporary home on the Sunshine Coast.
What would have been a 1700km trip to the Victoria capital is now a 180km bus trip for a Titans side chasing an upset.
Gold Coast displayed impressive perseverance to turn a 12-0 deficit into a 16-12 win over the Warriors last weekend while the Storm did what they do best and ground out another victory.
Match: Storm v Titans
Round 10 -
Venue: Sunshine Coast Stadium, Sunshine Coast
Storm: Albert Vete is a late inclusion on the bench for the Storm in his first NRL game since undergoing shoulder surgery a year ago. Chris Lewis drops out to make way for Vete. The other man cut an hour before kick-off is Nicho Hynes.
Star five-eighth Cameron Munster returns in place of Ryley Jacks. Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy on Thursday said Munster's knee had healed quickly and he was on track to make an early comeback.
Brandon Smith starts at prop for Jesse Bromwich (knee) and Felise Kaufusi (knee) is back pushing Tino Faasuamaleaui to the bench.
The Storm have won eight of their past nine games against the Titans.
Jacks and Darryn Schonig were omitted from the reserves 24 hours before kick-off.
Titans: The Titans are 1-17. Brian Kelly (quad) and Phillip Sami (shoulder) return in the centres with Beau Fermor returning to the second row and Bryce Cartwright and Sam Stone out of the side. The Titans are chasing back-to-back wins for the first time since April 2019.
Nathan Peats and Greg Leleisiuao were cut from the reserves 24 hours before kick-off. Sam Stone and Jai Whitbread were cut an hour before game time.
Fullback for Storm is number 1 Ryan PapenhuyzenFullback for Titans is number 1 Corey Thompson
Winger for Storm is number 2 Paul MomirovskiWinger for Titans is number 2 Anthony Don
Centre for Storm is number 3 Justin OlamCentre for Titans is number 3 Brian Kelly
Centre for Storm is number 4 Brenko LeeCentre for Titans is number 4 Phillip Sami
Winger for Storm is number 5 Josh Addo-CarrWinger for Titans is number 5 Treymain Spry
Five-Eighth for Storm is number 6 Cameron MunsterFive-Eighth for Titans is number 6 Ashley Taylor
Halfback for Storm is number 7 Jahrome HughesHalfback for Titans is number 7 Jamal Fogarty
Prop for Storm is number 8 Brandon SmithProp for Titans is number 8 Moeaki Fotuaika
Hooker for Storm is number 9 Cameron SmithHooker for Titans is number 9 Erin Clark
Prop for Storm is number 10 Christian WelchProp for Titans is number 10 Jaimin Jolliffe
2nd Row for Storm is number 11 Felise Kaufusi2nd Row for Titans is number 11 Beau Fermor
2nd Row for Storm is number 12 Kenneath Bromwich2nd Row for Titans is number 12 Keegan Hipgrave
Lock for Storm is number 13 Dale FinucaneLock for Titans is number 13 Jai Arrow
Interchange for Storm is number 15 Tino Fa'asuamaleauiInterchange for Titans is number 14 Tanah Boyd
Interchange for Storm is number 16 Marion SeveInterchange for Titans is number 15 Tyrone Peachey
Interchange for Storm is number 17 Nelson Asofa-SolomonaInterchange for Titans is number 16 Sam Lisone
Interchange for Storm is number 18 Albert VeteInterchange for Titans is number 17 Jarrod Wallace
- Referee: Chris Sutton
- Touch Judge: Jon Stone
- Touch Judge: Gavin Badger
- Video Referee: Ben Lowe
- Senior Review Official: Steve Chiddy
Anthony Don v Josh Addo-Carr: In a battle of contrasting styles, the leaping ability and power of Don will come up against the blinding speed and elusiveness of Addo-Carr. Don will like his chances at gathering in attacking kicks, while Addo-Carr will be seeking one-on-one opportunities.
Titans utility player Tyrone Peachey was back to his electric best in the win over the Warriors. He ran for 155m and made 33 tackles in his 54 minutes on the field. The Titans will need more of the same against the Storm.