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

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All the action is offshore this weekend with the Wellington Phoenix men and women on the road, and New Zealand’s U-17 side ready to take their next step to qualify for November’s FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru.

Both the Phoenix games will be live on Sky Sport and you can watch the national U-17 men’s team take on American Samoa via OFC’s live stream.

Links to the stream will be available at this site on Saturday.

Here’s your guide to the football weekend of January 13-15, 2023:

FIFA Club World Cup

Auckland City will learn who they have to beat at the FIFA Club World Cup when the draw is made in Rabat, Morocco, at midnight Friday (NZT).

READ MORE: Midnight draw will decide who Auckland City have to beat at FIFA Club World Cup >>>>

OFC U-17 Championship

Games to be played on Saturday January 14, 2023

New Zealand v American Samoa
Fiji FA Academy, Ba (4pm, NZT)

Tahiti v Cook Islands
HFC Bank Stadium, Suva (8pm, NZT)

Men’s A-League

Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix
Moreton Daily Stadium, Redcliffe, Queensland (7pm, NZT)

READ MORE: Phoenix men’s squad named for Brisbane Roar match >>>>

READ MORE: Preview of Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix match >>>>

OFC U-17 Championship

Game to be played on Sunday January 15, 2023

Tonga v Samoa
HFC Bank Stadium, Suva (6pm, NZT)

Women’s A-League

Perth Glory v Wellington Phoenix
Macedonia Park, Perth (9pm, NZT)

READ MORE: Phoenix defender Kate Taylor set to return after five-game injury absence >>>>

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