Before the Dragons run out for their final match of the season, here are five things to keep in mind during the match.
Widdop's last Red V hurrah
After 194 NRL appearances, 124 of which in Dragons colours, and 76 of those as captain, Gareth Widdop will play his last St George Illawarra match before returning home to England.
Widdop is joining the Warrington Wolves on a three-year deal which could see out the 30-year-old's career. Widdop made his debut in the NRL back in 2010 for the Melbourne Storm and tasted grand final success for the club in 2013.
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Widdop's time under the Red V has featured numerous highlights – hear Widdop himself outline his favourite moments playing for the Dragons.
His final match for the Dragons will be all the motivation the team needs to send our club captain out a winner.
Jerry's farewell tour
The peoples 'goat', Jeremy Latimore will also run out for the final time ever on Saturday.
Latimore has been in NRL for more than a decade and has become one of the competitions premier journeyman playing for five different clubs.
Latimore admits himself he was never the best player in his various clubs but was embraced at each club for his humour and attitude.
'Big Jerry' is a much-loved part of the playing group and will no doubt be a driving force behind their approach to the match.
Dragons enforcer Paul Vaughan reaches an impressive milestone on Saturday, playing in his 150th NRL game.
Hailing from Canberra as a Gungahlin Bulls junior, Vaughan made his first grade debut in the local Canberra competition at just 16-years-old, going on to break his nose in the match.
That didn't deter the front-rower, who continued to work at his dream of playing in the NRL.
In 2013, Vaughan made his first grade debut for the Raiders against the Cowboys. Vaughan has since represented the Italy Azzuri at the last two Rugby League World Cups as well as the Country Origin side (2014-17). He also made his State of Origin debut in 2018 and hasn't missed a game for the Blues since. Listen to Paul Vaughan's take on his 150th match below!
Vaughan to celebrate 150
Finish on a high
Despite both sides being out of finals contention and their positions on the NRL ladder already confirmed, don’t discount Saturday's match from being a hard-fought encounter.
As the final match for both sides, there is nothing to lose and everything to gain heading into next season, knowing an end of season break is just around the corner.
Dragons winning record over Titans
Back in 2007, the Titans made their maiden appearance in the NRL against the Dragons. The Dragons went on to trump the Gold Coast 20-18 in front of 42,000 spectators in a finals-esque atmosphere.
Since, the Dragons have produced 14 victories against the Titans and also built a strong record at Cbus Super Stadium, winning five of nine matches at the ground.