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Guilherme Finkler scored right at the last to send Melbourne Victory through to the penultimate round of finals football.
For the fourth time this season, interstate rivals Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC face off for a place in the penultimate round of the finals series, competing in a knockout-tie for the first time since the 2010 Grand Final.
Sydney secured their place in the finals with a 2-1 win.
Neither side really benefitted in terms of the league table from this draw.