PREVIEW: ADELAIDE - WELLINGTON
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ANDREW VORCE - Friday, October 26, 2012
Hindmarsh Stadium will play host to the fourth round of of Hyundi A-League action when Alex Smith and Wellington Phoenix travel to Adelaide United.

Smith and company came out on top the last time they made the trip to Adelaide with the American getting an assist in their 2-1 win back in February. That win however was only their second win at the stadium in their last nine games.

With the international break concluded, both squads will return to full strength. Adelaide is still monitoring the fitness of Jon McKain while Zenon Caravella is still on the sidelines with his long term injury.

Wellington captain Andrew Durante will be back in the heart of defense and will be joined by the Phoenix international players.

The visiting head coach Ricki Herbert had all players report back to training with no major injuries, leaving him with options going forward.
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