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Titans v Dolphins NRL R4 betting tips & predictions | March 30

Titans v Dolphins NRL betting preview

Gold Coast Titans vs Dolphins NRL Betting Odds & Game Info
Best odds Titans +115 at Bet365 | Dolphins -142.86 at Neds
When Saturday, March 30 | 6:35pm AEST
Where CBUS Super Stadium, Gold Coast
Last time they met Titans 21–23 Dolphins (Rd 19, 2023)
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Titans v Dolphins NRL R4 best bets

Dolphins by 13+ points


Jamayne Isaako anytime tryscorer


Herbie Farnworth anytime tryscorer


Round 4 – Titans v Dolphins NRL match preview

Super Saturday football for round four of the NRL Premiership wraps up on the Gold Coast with the Titans hosting the Dolphins at CBUS Super Stadium.

The Dolphins put on a commanding performance in round two against the Dragons, securing a whopping 38-0 victory. They now come off the bye in round three to take on the Titans, who are without captain and front-row enforcer Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (knee) and have struggled to fire a shot early in the season.

Gold Coast Titans coach Des Hasler has named former Bronco Keenan Palasia to start in Fa’asuamaleaui’s place. Jayden Campbell makes his return at fullback, while David Fifita has been named in jersey 18 and could be a late-minute inclusion as he returns from a pectoral injury.

Dolphins coach Wayne Bennett has made one change on his bench, with Ray Stone returning from injury in place of Jarrod Wallace.

Titans v Dolphins NRL R4 team lists

Gold Coast Titans

Gold Coast Titans

  1. Jayden Campbell
  2. Alofiana Khan-Pereira
  3. Brian Kelly
  4. AJ Brimson
  5. Phillip Sami
  6. Kieran Foran
  7. Tanah Boyd
  8. Moeaki Fotuaika
  9. Chris Randall
  10. Keenan Palasia
  11. Klese Haas
  12. Beau Fermor
  13. Jaimin Jolliffe
  14. Sam Verrills
  15. Isaac Liu
  16. Erin Clark
  17. Joe Stimson
Dolphins NRL betting


  1. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow
  2. Jamayne Isaako
  3. Jake Averillo
  4. Herbie Farnworth
  5. Jack Bostock
  6. Kodi Nikorima
  7. Isaiya Katoa
  8. Jesse Bromwich
  9. Jeremy Marshall-King
  10. Thomas Flegler
  11. Felise Kaufusi
  12. Euan Aitken
  13. Max Plath
  14. Josh Kerr
  15. Kurt Donoghoe
  16. Mark Nicholls
  17. Ray Stone

Titans v Dolphins betting predictions

This match shapes to be a tough one for Hasler and his Titans, who have lost nine of their last 10 matches at home and five of their last six matches by 13 or more points. With Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow at fullback, Herbie Farnworth in the centres and Isaiya Katoa at halfback, the Dolphins should be good enough to get up by at least 13 again at +230 with PlayUp.

Jamayne Isaako has scored at least one try in seven of the last eight matches for the Dolphins. He was one of the leading tryscorers in 2023 and lines up on the wing this season in a side with more attacking upside. At -117.65 with top NRL bookmakers, there is solid value for Isaako to score a try at any time in this match.

Although Herbie Farnworth is yet to score this season, he has brought some of his best form to the Dolphins already. The reigning Dally M Centre of the Year is averaging 175 run metres with numerous tackles. He will be attacking Brian Kelly, who can have defensive lapses, so there is great value for Farnworth to score a try at +155 with Bet365.

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