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Even though the SuperSport series title is in the bag, the Titans have vowed to keep their pride intact by beating the Dolphins in the last game of the season tomorrow.
The two meet in a four-day match billed for Willowmoore Park in Benoni.
The unbeaten Titans are on top of the log with 131 points from nine games and are 20 points ahead of the second-placed Highveld Lions.
Richard Pybus, Titans' coach, said they are going to treat their game against the Dolphins like a cup final.
"It is very important to end the season on a high note by brushing aside our opponents. I am definitely going to field a strong squad because the Dolphins are a tricky side,'' said Pybus.
Johnny Munien, the Dolphins' manager, said: "We are going to introduce a few youngsters from our B side."
l The Highveld Lions have an easy task when they face a winless Cape Cobras at Sedgars Park in Potchefstroom tomorrow.
The Warriors host the third-placed Diamond Eagles from Free State at De Beers Diamond Oval in Kimberley.