The top-of-the-table clash will be the first home game for the Storm and their coach, Craig Bellamy, has issued a call to arms on the team's website.
"We're hoping to get a big crowd there, there's no other sporting events on in Melbourne so a big turnout would be great. It's our first game in Melbourne for the 2010 season, we're unfurling the 2009 premiership flag and it would be a great sight to see as much purple in the crowd as we can."
The clash will be the first real test for Wayne Bennett's Dragons who are yet to be tested by an inform quality outfit like the Storm. Their unbeaten run this season has come at the expense of three teams struggling to hit their stride.
In other round four games:
â€¢ The Roosters should overcome the injury plagued Broncos.
â€¢ The Eels should trample the Sharks
â€¢ Jonathon Thurston's Cowboys will be strong favorites to shoot down the Titans at the O.K Corral up north.
â€¢ Manly will have the upper hand against the Warriors due to the fact New Zealand won the previous week and struggle to put together good back-to-back performances
â€¢ The Tiger's should thump the Raiders
â€¢ The Knights should beat Panthers at home in a thriller, and;
â€¢ South's may cause the upset of the round by beating the inform boys from Bellmore with the return of hard-man Mick Crocker.
Unfortunately, the NRL is again fighting off another scandal that has the potential to hold the Titans back from their best season since entering the competition.
Revelations about possible salary cap rorting continues to swirl and gain momentum throughout NRL circles and the rugby league community. The latest allegation is the alleged house the Gold Coast Titans were attempting to build for Scott Prince - a four hundred thousand dollar house free of charge if Prince remains a Titan for life.
The NRL investigation will widen today with NRL salary-cap auditor and former test player, Ian Schubert, on the Gold Coast to kick off the NRL investigation. Schubert will be spending the day examining the computer records of all parties involved.
Titans CEO, Michael Searle, and chief Titans play maker, Scott Prince, have strongly denied any under the table deal involving Prince's latest five year, 2 million dollar contract signed late last year.
If found guilty, the Titans 2010 season will be on shaky ground. Fresh in the minds of the Titan's management will be the Canterbury Bulldogs salary-cap saga from 2004 that ended with the Bulldogs being deducted 37 competition points.
There'll be a few nervous players and fans up on the glitter strip of the Gold Coast hoping there season isn't over before it's even begun.
Playing on Good Friday
Every Friday night thousands of red-blooded Aussie men sit down to watch their favourite code of football and cheer so load the next door neighbours have to close their windows.
However, tonight, Good Friday, please keep in mind the Chaplains of all sporting teams charged with the task of Ministering to elite sports people. They not only carry out important tasks such as counselling, but they also have the opportunity to share the gospel to players and management.
This weekend would be a good time to be in prayer for the work they do and pray the Easter period provides Chaplains with opportunities to share the Gospel.