It was a vital win but Wellington coach Ufuk Talay knows last week's A-League victory over Newcastle won't count for much if the Phoenix don't back it up against Perth.
The Glory travel to Wollongong for Sunday's match to face a Phoenix team which ended a four-game winless streak with the 2-0 win over the Jets.
That was only Wellington's second victory of the season but it's a result Talay is eager for his team to build on.
"We're playing at home and it's very important for us to get three points," he said.
"I don't want to be one of those teams this year where we're a little bit yo-yo, we'll win one and then draw one and then lose two and then come back and win another couple.
"It's very important for us to build consistency with these games coming up."
Wellington will also be keen to secure their first win at their temporary home, having drawn one and lost three matches at WIN Stadium so far this season.
Having nullified the Jets' attack last week, Talay's men face the league's top scorers this season with a Glory forward line led by Bruno Fornaroli, who has netted 19 times in seven matches.
"I know what they have and what they can do, but I also have the belief in our players and what they can do," Talay said.
"We just need to continue to build that momentum."
Midfielder Cameron Devlin has been included in the squad after missing the Jets game through illness while Jaushua Sotirio remains sidelined with a knee injury.
An ankle injury has ruled out Glory defender Mason Tatafu but Richard Garcia has included Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Luke Bodnar and Josh Rawlins in his squad to travel to Sydney.
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* Wellington are chasing back-to-back regular season wins against the Glory for the first time since October 2015.
* Wily Glory Spanish schemer Diego Castro has scored in four of his past six matches against the Phoenix.
* Perth have neither kept a clean sheet or failed to score in their seven games this season, with their matches so far averaging five-goals a game.
Australian Associated Press