The A-League side will line-up for the clash against Cruz Azul on Saturday.
The Western Sydney Wanderers has resolved its pay dispute with the playing group ahead of the FIFA Club World Cup.
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Wanderers players threatened to boycott the tournament if they could not reach an agreement regarding their share of prize money, but the matter has now been resolved, with the Asian Champions League winners taking on Mexican side Cruz Azul on Saturday.
The A-League club released a statement saying both parties had come to a resolution.
“The club and players are united in their focus to proudly represent their members, sponsors, the Western Sydney community and Australian football as a whole in the FIFA Club World Club in Morocco,” the statement read.
“The terms of resolution will remain confidential and no further comment will be made in relation to this matter by either party.”