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Widely written off before the season kicked off, the Warriors might have a few pundits re-evaluating their tip for the wooden spoon after their convincing win over the Rabbitohs.
Former Melbourne and Manly playmaker Blake Green looked right at home in his first official game with his new club, showing he could form a solid 1-2 punch with halfback Shaun Johnson, while the Warriors forwards were also strong for the most part.
Agnatius Paasi (knee) should be available for selection after missing the win over Souths and Simon Mannering (shoulder) is due to return in round four.
The Titans will feel good about themselves after notching a home win over Canberra.
Gold Coast will have their forward stocks bolstered in round three with the return of Jack Stockwell (shoulder) and Jarrod Wallace (shoulder, suspension).
Warriors veteran Simon Mannering is still out due to injury, which means the Warriors are unchanged following their first-up victory over the Rabbitohs.
The Titans remain unchanged after their opening round win against the Raiders.
The key-match up: Winning the battle in the middle is always important, but the key match-up this weekend will be on the edge as former Melbourne Storm and Kiwis teammates Kevin Proctor and Tohu Harris square off.
For the Warriors to win: They need more of the same from last week. Blake Green must control field position and allow Shaun Johnson to run the football.
For the Titans to win: Win the battle in the middle third. Ryan James has to lead from the front and have a big night at the office.
Titans stat attack: In 2017, the Titans finished 12th in points scored at an average of just 18.7 per game. That was turned around last week, scoring 30 to beat the Canberra Raiders, and they will need more of the latter to get over the red hot Warriors.
Warriors stat attack: Last season the Warriors averaged the fifth most metres gained per set, with 43.2.
And another thing: Expect Mt Smart to be rocking on Saturday with all tickets just $15, and $5 from each sale going towards the Cyclone Gita relief efforts in the Pacific.
Prediction: Warriors by 16