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Wright's Socceroos set for World Cup decider

Bailey Wright could feature in this morning's World Cup play-off final against Honduras.

A place at next summer's tournament in Russia is at stake, meaning there is no room for error.

Australia and Honduras played out a 0-0 draw in the first leg last Friday.

The Socceroos will now host their opponents in Sydney on Wednesday (9am UK kick-off).

Wright, who played the entire 90 minutes in last week's clash, could become City's second Australian footballer to play at a World Cup, after Luke Wilkshire in 2006.

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