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Confederations Cup duty for Wright

Bailey Wright is set to feature for Australia this afternoon in their second Confederations Cup match with Cameroon (4pm). 

The 24-year-old completed the full 90 minutes in the Socceroos defeat to World champions Germany in their tournament opener, while Cameroon failed to secure a result against Chile. 

After the match in St Petersburg, Australia will face the reigning Copa America champions on June 25th in their final Group B fixture. 

The top two teams from the group will qualify for the semi-finals, where they will meet one of Russia, New Zealand, Portugal or Mexico.

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