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History beckons for the winner with records set to tumble, no matter who emerges victorious.Auckland are aiming for an unprecedented third consecutive Oceania club title, their fifth overall, while for Waitakere a win would hand the west Aucklanders a…

See below for all the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:Waitakere United: 1. Danny ROBINSON , 2. Aaron SCOTT, 4. Tim MYERS, 5. Brian SHELLEY, 8. Chad COOMBES, 12. Roy KRISHNA, 16. Tristan PRATTLEY, 17. Jake BUTLER (c), 18. Sam MATHEWS, 20….

The west Auckland side travelled to Vanuatu for their Leg 1 semi-final last week and recorded a 2-0 away win, giving them the advantage going into Leg 2 at their home ground of Fred Taylor Park.However despite having the…

See below for all the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:Ba: 1. Ratu JONE , 5. Ronil KUMAR, 6. Jone VESIKULA, 7. Tuimasi MANUCA, 9. Abbu ZAHID, 11. Sanni ISSA, 13. Kini VILIAME (c), 17. Malakai KANAHEWE, 18. Laisenia RAURA, 21. Marika…

Along with Vanuatu’s Amicale, who lost 2-0 at home to Waitakere United, a miracle comeback is required from both sides if they are to prevent the two Kiwi clubs from colliding in an all-New Zealand finale.No club side has…

Beaten 6-1 by Auckland in the first-leg semi-final, Ba had two players, Avinesh Suwamy and Meli Codro, sent off during the encounter and they will now have to do without the pair in the return leg. However, Malakai Tiwa,…