Wests Tigers centre Esan Marsters gives his thoughts on Sunday's game as he prepares for a strong performance against the Gold Coast Titans at Cbus Super Stadium.
The rookie utility, who scored when the two sided met at Campbelltown Sports Stadium earlier this year, said that it was simply the little things holding the team back from turning around their form and ending the 2017 regular season on a positive note.
"I thought the boys played really well last week but we came up short," he said.
"We're working hard to deliver on performance that we want this weekend.
“The boys have been working on just the little things like defensive patterns and things we have to work on as a team but communication is the biggest one at the moment.
“I definitely want to work on a few areas like technique and defensive reads.
"That and I want to be more involved in games, so there's things for me to work on.
“We really want to just build on performances as we go and get better and better as a team. I think if we build our chemistry then we’ll get a few wins to end the year," he said.