There's no better day than game day.
After a victory over Parramatta last week, the nib Newcastle Knights have momentum on their side and ready to finish the year off in style.
This week the boys are home at McDonald Jones Stadium against the Gold Coast.
Here's everything you need to know:
GAME DAY INFO
Date: Saturday, July 21
Gates Open: 10:45am
Jersey Flegg kick-off: 11:00am
ISP kick-off: 12:45pm
NRL kick-off: 3:00pm
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1. Nick Meaney
2. Ken Sio
3. Cory Denniss
4. Shaun Kenny-Dowall
5. Nathan Ross
6. Connor Watson
7. Mitchell Pearce ©
8. Josh King
9. Danny Levi
10. Daniel Saifiti
11. Aidan Guerra
12. Mitch Barnett
13. Herman Ese'ese
Team List: Fitzgibbon in, backline reshuffle.
14. Jamie Buhrer ©
15. Chris Heighington
16. Lachlan Fitzgibbon
17. Jacob Lillyman
18. Brent Naden
19. Sam Stone
20. Jack Cogger
21. JJ Felise
The final team is updated one hour before kick-off.
The nib Newcastle Knights have teamed up once again with charity organisation Got Your Back Sista to say NO to domestic violence and YES to ending the silence.
Our game day show, The Round Table, has everything you need to get fired up before the game.
Featuring Club legend Robbie O'Davis, the gang preview the game and provided the latest news and insights from inside Club land.
The show can be found on our Facebook page here!
The road to 50: Mitch Barnett
Mitch Barnett plays his 50th NRL game this weekend.
Having started his career with Canberra in 2015, Barnett played two games for the Raiders before joining the Knights.
The 24-year-old has since made 47 appearances in the red and blue with Saturday's clash his milestone game.
This week Shaun Kenny-Dowall sat down with the Our Town Our Team podcast to share his story.
From being rejected by the Warriors and leaving New Zealand to moving to Sydney to follow his NRL dream.
Big dreams: Saifiti's aspiration to play for the Kangaroos
1. Michael Gordon
2. Anthony Don
3. Konrad Hurrell
4. Brenko Lee
5. Phillip Sami
6. Alexander Brimson
7. Ash Taylor
8. Jarrod Wallace
9. Nathan Peats
10. Ryan James ©
11. Kevin Proctor
12. Keegan Hipgrave
13. Jai Arrow
14. Mitch Rein
15. Moeaki Fotuaika
16. Jack Stockwell
17. Will Matthews
18. Leilani Latu
19. Brendan Elliot
20. Jai Whitbread
21. Morgan Boyle
Catch all the action for the Jersey Flegg and ISP NSW on your phone with our exclusive Twitter Commentary.
The call starts at 10.55am on our Twitter account.
Casualty ward: Ponga progress, Saifiti boost and Sione fracture
Injured players and expected return dates:
Tautau Moga (ACL, Season)
Slade Griffin (Knee, Season)
Jacob Saifiti (Shoulder, Round 22-23)
Sione Mata'utia (Fractured eye socket, Round 22)
Kalyn Ponga (Hamstring, Round 20)
Key match-up: Jai Arrow will be looking forward to his first game back at club level now that the Origin series is wrapped up. Arrow played a key role in the Maroons' game three victory and will be looking to wreak havoc on the Knights forwards. Daniel Saifiti should take it as a personal challenge to keep Arrow as quiet as possible.
Knights Stat Attack: It's no surprise that the Knights have relied heavily on the impact of Pearce this season – last week's win ended a six-game losing streak at home, while Newcastle have won five of eight games with Pearce in the side. Pearce has only lost twice in seven games at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Titans Stat Attack: The Gold Coast have had the wood on Newcastle in recent times, winning four of their past five against the Knights with Konrad Hurrell scoring doubles in both games against Newcastle last season.
Brown not prepared to risk early KP return
Head-to-head: Played 19; Knights 10 wins, Titans 9 wins
Previous result: Titans won 33-26 at Cbus Super Stadium in round 11
Points per game: Knights 17.6; Titans 18.1
Points conceded per game: Knights 26.1; Titans 24.8
Televised: Live on Fox League
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GAME DAY PARKING
Parking on game days is available only for vehicles with a pre-paid parking ticket. Pre-paid parking tickets cost $10 plus transaction fee from Ticketmaster on 136 100, online or by visiting Ticketmaster box office at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Disabled parking areas have been designated in close proximity to each of the McDonald Jones Stadium accessible entries. To purchase mobility parking please phone Ticketmaster on 136 100 or visit the Ticketmaster box office at McDonald Jones Stadium.
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