Due to its superior seating capacity, the Titans will play their finals home game at Suncorp Stadium, in Brisbane over an hour's drive north of Robina.
Cartwright's call for the crowd to get behind Queensland's only finals representative is more than just an idle quip. The reality is that both the Titans and Roosters boast enough current and former State of Origin players to field an Australia second XIII.
It also means both teams are stacked with hardened journeymen hoping for that final chance to win a grand final before retiring. The passion and drive of players like Luke Bailey, Matt Rogers and Anthony Minichiello will ensure fans are treated to yet another blockbuster match in what is a great finals series.
Meanwhile on Saturday night, the St George Dragons will take on the Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. The last time these teams met was in Round 16 and the Dragons made a meal out of the Tigers lacking defence.
Without a doubt the Tigers are a much better outfit, while doubts are being raised about the Dragons following their slow start to finals when they failed to score in the first half against the Sea Eagles, followed by a week off.
For most teams in the finals series a week off is a God send, however for the Dragons, who seem to be losing momentum, it could result in a loss against the Tigers on Saturday night.
All of this makes it difficult to pick who'll play in the Grand Final to be played next Sunday at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney.