June 16, 2022 10:38 AM
Ash Wheldon

Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans – Regular Season – Preview & Prediction | NRL 2022

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When is Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans on and what time does it start? Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans will take place on Saturday 18th June, 2022 – 06:00 (UK)

Where is Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans taking place? Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans will take place at C.ex Coffs International Stadium in Coffs Harbour, Australia

Where can I get tickets for Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans? Click here for ticket information on 2022 NRL matches

What channel is Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans on? Sky Sports Arena will be televising selected NRL games in the UK and you can find their schedule here. For Australian broadcasters, you can find a list here

Where can I stream Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans? If televised on Sky Sports, then subscribers will be able to stream the match live via Sky Go. Alternatively, the match will be available to subscribers of Watch NRL



  • Cronulla Sharks extended their W-L sequence to nine games as they ran out comfortable victors in their clash with New Zealand Warriors last week but they will be desperate to finally end that run here as they aim to putting a winning streak together.
  • The Sharks were expected to win that contest with the same anticipated here as they take on the side at the bottom of the ladder and they could be handed a boost with skipper Dale Finucane listed among the reserves as he bids to return from a knee injury.

Starting 13: Kennedy, Katoa, Ramien, Talakai, Mulitalo, Moylan, Hynes, Rudolf, Brailey, Hunt, Nikora, Graham, McInnes – Interchanges: Tolman, Trindall, Wilton, Fifita – Reserves: Tracey, Finucane, Miller, Colquhoun, Dykes

Unavailable: Jack Williams, Braden Hamlin-Uele


  • Gold Coast Titans suffered a fourth consecutive loss and they have now won just one of their last ten games after they were beaten by South Sydney Rabbitohs last week with that result, coupled with Canterbury Bulldogs beating Parramatta Eels, seeing Justin Holbrook’s side fall to last place in the NRL.
  • The pressure is on the head coach and he needs his side to turn things around if he is to retain his job but he will at least have key man AJ Brimson back at his disposal this week after the fullback was forced to sit out the South Sydney game owing to COVID protocols.

Starting 13: Brimson, Marzhew, Kelly, Herbert, Isaako, Turner, Sexton, Wallace, Clark, Liu, McIntyre, Fermor, Fa’asuamaleaui – Interchanges: Boyd, Fotuaika, Jollife, Lisone – Reserves: S. Fifita, Ese’ese, Booth, Proctor, Marsters

Unavailable: Shallin Fuller, Joseph Vuna, Treymain Spry, Phillip Sami, Jayden Campbell, David Fifita, Corey Thompson


Cronulla Sharks will be eager to find some more consistency in the second half of the season as they aim to mount a serious challenge for the top four. They start round 15 on the cusp in fifth spot but they need to put a winning streak together to work their way into the top four and solidify that position. On the back of a win over struggling New Zealand Warriors last week, the Sharks will be confident in this clash with bottom of the ladder Gold Coast Titans. A wretched run of form has seen the Titans lose nine of their last ten and that record is unlikely to improve here having lost seven straight against the Sharks so expect the Cronulla outfit to win once again with the margin of victory set to be at least eight points.

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