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    The Wellington Phoenix are hoping to continue riding a wave of momentum when they host the Western Sydney Wanderers in their A-League match in Auckland tonight

    The Wellington Phoenix are hoping to continue riding a wave of momentum when they host the Western Sydney Wanderers in their A-League match in Auckland tonight


    The 'Nix are on a two game winning streak, having dispatched Brisbane and Adelaide.

    Coach Ufuk Talay outlines what he's most pleased about from the past two games.



    Kick off from Eden Park's at 7pm.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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