A-League: Star pair fit for Sky Blues

SYDNEY FC coach Graham Arnold looks set for a double boost ahead of Saturday's A-League semi-final with Adelaide United.

Arnold has declared A-League top scorer Marc Janko (pictured) will be fit to face the Reds at Allianz Stadium, while Socceroo Terry Antonis is ready for his long-awaited return from a knee injury.

The midfielder has struggled with the injury since returning from Australia's triumphant Asian Cup campaign in January.

He hasn't played a minute since the Sky Blues' 5-4 win over Brisbane on March 15.

But Arnold has confirmed the 21-year-old has looked good on the training track and will play some part on Saturday.

Janko, who has been struggling with a shoulder complaint, is also fully fit, said the coach.

Victory's Brazilian star Gui Finkler says Friday's Melbourne A-League semi-final derby with City will be the biggest match of his time in Australia.

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