When? Friday 2nd February, 08:50 (UK)
Where? Allianz Stadium
What channel is it on? BT Sport ESPN
Are tickets still available?
Sydney FC & Wellington Phoenix - http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=SYDFC1918
Where can I stream the match? BT Sport subscribers can stream the match online via the BT Sport website
Last five meetings: Sydney FC W4, Wellington Phoenix W1
A-League meetings: Sydney FC W18, Wellington Phoenix W12, D4
Predicted line-up: Redmayne; Wilkshire, Buijs, Wilkinson, Zullo; Brillante, Retre; Mierzejewski, Brosque, Ninkovic; Bobo
Unavailable: Grant (Injured), O'Neill (Suspended)
Predicted line-up: Italiano; Galloway, Rossi, Durante, Doyle; Ridenton, Paracki, McGlinchey; Burns, Kaluderovic, Ljujic
Doubtful: Mullen (Injured), Kaluderovic (Injured), Krishna (Injured)
Top of the A-League plays host to the bottom this weekend as Graham Arnold’s men continue to assert their dominance over the other nine clubs in the division. Sydney FC have not lost any of their last 12 league matches and will strongly fancy their chances of making it 13 this weekend when Wellington Phoenix make the trip to Australian soil. Wellington's recent run of positive results came to an end last week with defeat to Adelaide, and it is unlikely they will bounce back against the league leaders.
Wellington Phoenix have not beaten Sydney FC in any of their last five attempts, and you must cast your mind back to March 2016 for their last success, which was a win that was made more impressive by the fact that it came at the Allianz Stadium. After racing into a first half 3-0 lead, they may have been guilty of taking their foot off the gas after the restart, but the points were already wrapped up by the time Filip Holosko scored a scant consolation for the home side.