The action will be streamed live at youtube.com/OFCfootball and a direct link to each match will be provided via the OFC website at oceaniafootball.com
The match between Fiji’s Ba and New Zealand’s Auckland City will take place at Govind Park in Ba, Fiji, on Saturday 11 May at 2pm local time and will be available to watch here
The other 2nd Leg Semi-Final between New Zealand’s Waitakere United and Vanuatu’s Amicale will take place at Fred Taylor Park in Auckland, New Zealand, on Sunday 12 May at 2pm local time and will be available to watch here
In addition to the live streaming, the Ba-Auckland match will be shown live on television in Fiji on FBC and delayed in Vanuatu on VBTC while the Waitakere-Amicale game will be shown live on both FBC and VBTC. Solomon Islands station Telikom TV has also secured the rights to screen the Waitakere-Amicale match.
Live text updates and full reviews of both matches will also be available on oceaniafootball.com while more casual fans can follow the play through goal updates on the OFC Twitter and Facebook pages.
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Auckland and Waitakere both hold an advantage going into the 2nd Legs after securing wins, 6-1 and 2-0 respectively, in the 1st Legs.
The aggregate winner of each semi-final will progress to the final, to be held on Arena 2 at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, on Sunday 19 May.
The details of each 2nd Leg Semi-Final match are as follows:
Ba vs. Auckland City
Saturday 11 May, 2pm local kick-off
Waitakere United vs. Amicale
Sunday 12 May, 2pm local kick-off
Fred Taylor Park
Auckland, New Zealand