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Titans say they can beat the Tigers

GOLD Coast skipper Scott Prince has nominated his side's self belief as the critical factor heading into this weekend's NRL match against Wests Tigers.

The Titans co-captain knows a thing or two about riding a wave of confidence all the way to the title, having led the Tigers to their first and only premiership in 2005.

“We've just got this confidence and self belief within the side at the moment,” Prince said. “Even on the weekend when we were under the pump defensively on our line, we had that confidence in our defence that they (Cronulla) weren't going to crack us.

“It's something that's hard to get, but once you get it it's lethal in terms of keeping you in games, and going into matches where you just feel like you can't lose.” The Tigers head to Skilled Park with their season on the line - with another loss certain to end their gallant charge to the top eight.



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