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Australia braces for another World Cup cliffhanger in Sydney

SBS Sunday, 15 October 2017
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia will brace for another World Cup cliffhanger in Sydney, with FIFA confirming the second leg of the Socceroos' intercontinental playoff against Honduras will be played at the city's Olympic stadium on Nov. 15.
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