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The seventh placed Bulldogs head to the Gold Coast on Sunday knowing the Titans still have plenty to play for.

The Gold Coast head back home for the final home game of their season and although they can't make finals, the Bulldog players know they won't be easy beats.

"It's always a tough task playing them up there and they still have plenty to play for," said Aiden Tolman.

The Gold Coast come into this round 26 game off the back of a heavy loss to the Warriors in round 25 and with a number of their senior players saying farewell at the end of the game, forward Greg Eastwood knows the Titans will be up for a big game in front of their fans for the final time in 2014.

"The Titans will want to put in a good performance in front of their fans in their final home game especially when foundation player Luke Bailey is saying goodbye," said Eastwood.  

The Bulldogs can't control how the Titans will play this Sunday, but they can control what they do.

"We can't afford to lose from now on in and it all starts on Sunday," said Tony Williams.