Here’s your guide to this weekend’s fixtures — and all on one page

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There’s plenty of sudden-death football this weekend with games that will make — or break — dreams of titles.

On Sunday, Auckland City and Wellington Olympic go head-to-head in the Grand Final of the Men’s National League, with the Navy Blues chasing a fourth title to go with the OFC Champions League, Northern League and Chatham Cup successes already achieved this year.

On Saturday, Western Springs get their chance to earn their berth in the Grand Final of the Women’s National League with a win against Central Football. They or Northern Rovers will meet Eastern Suburbs in the final.

At the FIFA World Cup, the tournament moves into its knockout stages on Sunday, as more beaten teams head to the airport.

And on Sunday, the Wellington Phoenix go on the road for the first time this season with a women’s A-League fixture at Melbourne Victory.

Here’s your menu of football action for the weekend of December 3-4:

Games to be played on Saturday December 3, 2022

Women’s National League

Western Springs v Central Football
Seddon Fields, Westmere, 12pm

Northern Rovers v Canterbury United Pride
McFetridge Park, Glenfield, 1.30pm

FIFA World Cup

Group H

Ghana v Uruguay
Al Janoub Stadium, 4am (NZT)

Korea Republic v Portugal
Education City Stadium, 4am (NZT)

Group G

Serbia v Switzerland
Stadium 974, Doha, 8am (NZT)

Cameroon v Brazil
Lusail Stadium, Lusail, 8am (NZT)

Games to be played on Sunday December 4, 2022

Women’s A-League

Melbourne Victory v Wellington Phoenix
Epping Stadium, Melbourne, 6pm (NZT)

Men’s National League

Auckland City v Wellington Olympic
Mt Smart Stadium, Penrose, Auckland, 2pm

Women’s National League

Auckland United v Capital Football
Keith Hay Park, Mt Roskill, 1.30pm

Southern United v Eastern Suburbs
Dunedin Artificial Turf, Dunedin, 12pm

FIFA World Cup

Round of 16

Netherlands v United States
Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, 4am (NZT)

Argentina v Australia
Al Rayyan Stadium, Ar-Rayyan, 8am (NZT)

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