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WARRIORS coach Russell Domingo said yesterday that his side was eager to spoil the Titans' unbeaten run when they clash in the MTN40 cricket match at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth today.
The match starts at 4.30pm.
The Titans have recorded four wins out of five games and are perched at the top of the log with 19 points, while the Warriors are third with nine points.
But the Warriors have two games in hand and a victory will improve their chances of closing the gap.
Domingo said his boys were well-prepared to save face at the Titans' expense today after the Lions beat them by three wickets at the weekend.
"Our matches against Titans are always difficult and we are expecting another tough match today," said Domingo.
"We had good preparations for the past few days and the boys are determined to bounce back at the expense of the Titans to better their position on the table."
He believes playing in front of their home crowd will give them the edge over the Titans.
The Warriors have kept the same squad that lost to the Lions and captain Davy Jacobs will continue to lead the team.
In another match today the Cape Cobras host the Diamond Eagles from Bloemfontein at Boland Park in Paarl at 4.30pm.
The Eagles travel to Port Elizabeth to face the Warriors on Saturday at 4.30pm.