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2020 NRL preview: Gold Coast Titans team guide

After finishing last during the 2019 season, the Titans are hoping their new coach will help them improve.

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Last season was tough for the Gold Coast Titans, earning them their second wooden spoon. They weren't helped by the fact two of their star players, Ryan James and Ash Taylor, sat out most of the year.

Unfortunately, James suffered a recurrence of last year's serious knee injury in February, so he will again be unavailable as the 2020 NRL season returns. Taylor, on the other hand, will be back on the field.

The Titans also have a new coaching team. Justin Holbrook is in his first NRL season as a head coach hoping to rebuild the team and guide them back to something resembling consistent competitiveness. Holbrook has added assistants Jim Dymock and Jim Lenihan.

How to watch Gold Coast Titans NRL matches

In the revamped schedule, fans can tune in for just one Titans game live and free on the Nine Network. That is in round 11 against the Panthers. So if you're eager to support the team, you'll need to direct your attention to viewing alternatives, as 19 Titans games will be exclusive to FOX LEAGUE.

Consequently, supporters of the team and NRL enthusiasts who don't want to miss a minute of the action can opt for Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now. Out of the three, Kayo Sports is the more accessible service, as it lets you stream games over the Internet with subscriptions starting at $25/month. If you're a new user, you get a 14-day free trial that gives you access to more than 50 sports.

Kayo Sports offers exciting features like SplitView and Interactive Stats, as well as a seamless streaming experience. For more information, check out our Kayo vs Foxtel guide to figure out which option is best for you.

You can also follow the Titans with NRL Live Pass, which is available for free if you're a Telstra customer. However, keep in mind that live streaming is limited to a seven-inch display size, so you can only tune in on mobile devices.

For more details, we have an in-depth guide on how to stream the 2020 NRL season, which includes a full breakdown of providers.

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Watch Gold Coast Titans matches overseas

If you're leaving the country, you'll be happy to know that you can still keep up with the Titans from afar with Watch NRL. We have a full guide on how to stream the 2020 NRL season from overseas.

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When do the Gold Coast Titans play next?

You can see the complete NRL draw here.

Gold Coast Titans squad

Jonus Pearson, Greg Leleisiuao and Erin Clark have all signed with the Titans. Here's how the squad looks ahead of the 2020 NRL season.

Gold Coast Titans history

The Titans are the newest of the 16 clubs in the NRL, having joined the competition in 2007. They haven't won any premierships so far, with two wooden spoons under their belt, including last season.

The Gold Coast have qualified for the finals three times. Their last finals appearance was in 2016, under coach Neil Henry. The Titans play their home games at Cbus Super Stadium.

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