Opposition Line-up | Analysis

The Roosters are in Queensland on Monday night as they prepare for a clash with the Gold Coast Titans at Cbus Super Stadium.

The Titans Head Coach Neil Henry named his side ahead of the Round 10 clash.

LINE-UP

William Zillman | Fullback | Latrell Mitchell

Nathan Davis | Winger | Daniel Tupou

Josh Hoffman | Centre | Mitchell Aubusson

Nene Macdonald | Centre | Blake Ferguson

David MeadWinger | Joe Burgess

Tyrone RobertsFive-eighth | Jackson Hastings

Ashley Taylor | Halfback | Mitchell Pearce

David Shillington | Prop | Sam Moa

Nathan Friend (c) | Hooker | Jake Friend (c)

Ryan James | Prop | Dylan Napa

Zeb Taia | 2nd Row | Boyd Cordner

Chris McQueen | 2nd Row | Aidan Guerra

Greg BirdLock | Isaac Liu

 

INTERCHANGE

Luke Douglas | Kane Evans

Leivaha Pulu | Eloni Vunakece

Agnatius Paasi | Ryan Matterson

Kierran Moseley | Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

Eddy Pettybourne | Connor Watson

Anthony Don

WATCH OUT FOR:

DAVID MEAD

2016 Stats | Tries: 2 | Line Breaks: 2 | Running Metres: 1,266

After an impressive showing for Papua New Guinea at fullback in Representative Round, David Mead is set to face the Roosters on Monday night on the wing.

He made two massive defensive plays against Fiji, with the most notable being a try-saving tackle that will be played on the highlight reel for many years to come. 

Though it's been a quite season so far for David Mead, this is a player that you can't relax on or you will pay the price. 

Daniel Tupou will have the job of marking Mead on Monday night. 

TYRONE ROBERTS

2016 Stats | Tries: 1 | Line Breaks: 1 | Try Assists: 1

Still settling in at his new Club, Tyrone Roberts was a big off-season recruit for the Titans this season. 

Though he's still feeling his way into it, Roberts is a massive strike weapon and a handy goal-kicker. 

The Roosters have been on the wrong side of a Tyrone Roberts riot before and will need to be weary of the X-factor he can provide for his side.

GREG BIRD

2016 Stats | Average Tackles: 23.7 | Average Running Metres: 116 | Try Assists: 4

Always dangerous on offence and defence, Greg Bird has been his usual self this season. 

The New South Wales and former Kangaroos hardman is one of the key pieces to his side's chances of success, and has delivered the goods in the early stages. 

He's a handful on any given night, and that will be no different on Monday night.