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Wests Tigers forward Josh Aloiai says aggression will be key this week as his side look to end a five-game losing streak against the Canberra Raiders this Saturday.

In just his seventh first-grade game, Aloiai produced his best performances of the year last week against the Melbourne Storm with Aaron Woods and Sauaso Sue both sidelined — chalking up 12 runs, 93 metres and 15 tackles in the Club's heartbreaking Golden Point defeat.

But he knows his side will have to go up another gear this weekend to get their first win since a Round 2 victory over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

"I think all the boys are confident of turning it around this week," Aloiai said.

"We're going to go out there hungry; we're going to go out there aggressive.

"We definitely have to be aggressive this week. They've got an awesome forward pack so I think we need to match them there first and then our backs can have some room to work."

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