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Brothers stabbed on New Year’s Day

An ambulance at a hospital
Two brothers have been stabbed as they walked home from a licensed premises in Sydney's west.
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A man who allegedly stabbed two brothers in Sydney’s west in the early hours of New Year’s Day will face court.

The brothers, aged 24 and 22, were found with stab wounds when emergency services got to Harrow Road, Auburn, about 4am (AEDT) on Wednesday, police said.

Police were told the men were stabbed after they were approached by another man while walking home from a nearby licensed premises.

It’s alleged the 24-year-old was stabbed a number of times and his brother was shanked after coming to his aid.

The older brother was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police arrived to find his brother restraining the 25-year-old alleged stabber.

The younger brother was treated for his injuries at the scene.

The 25-year-old was charged with two counts of reckless wounding, affray, intimidate and possess restricted substance.

The Pakistani national was refused bail and will face Parramatta Local Court on Thursday.