AustraliaM. Jedinak (53′)M. Jedinak (72′)M. Jedinak (85′)3FT1Click here to reveal spoilers.HondurasA. Elis (90’+4)Stadium: ANZ Stadium (Sydney)Attendance: 77060Referee: 65352321BallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson targetPossession6535Shots off target23Shots on target21Fouls2322Corners51Offsides00Yellow Cards43Red Cards00AustraliaManager: A. Postecoglou#Name1M. Ryan6M. Jurman16A. Behich20T. Sainsbury8B. Wright5M. Milligan14J. Troisi15M. Jedinak7M. Leckie13A. Mooy23T. Rogić10R. Kruse4T. Cahill9T. JurićHondurasManager: J. Pinto#Name22D. Escober3M. Figueroa7E. Izaguirre4H. Figueroa10M. Martínez21B. Beckeles23Johnny Palacios5E. Alvarado20J. Claros6B. Acosta9A. Lozano12R.
Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has selected his 25-man squad for the Socceroos’ final hurdle ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The former Brisbane Roar manager has come under heavy scrutiny for team selections, tactics and results during Australia’s qualifying campaign, with many calling for him to resign as a result of failing to qualify
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Australian A-League side Melbourne City have announced the signing of Aston Villa striker Ross McCormack. “Melbourne City FC can confirm it has signed Scottish striker Ross McCormack as an injury replacement for Uruguayan striker Bruno Fornaroli,” read part of the announcement on the club’s official website. Ross McCormack dropped out of Aston Villa’s squad when
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CameroonA. Zambo Anguissa (45’+1)1FT1Click here to reveal spoilers.AustraliaM. Milligan (60′)Stadium: Stadion Krestovskyi (Sankt-Peterburg (St. Petersburg))Attendance: Referee: 455510432BallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson targetPossession4555Shots off target104Shots on target32Fouls1311Corners82Offsides21Yellow Cards21Red Cards00CameroonH. Broos (homeFormation)#Name1F. Ondoa4A. Teikeu2E. Mabouka5M. Ngadeu-Ngadjui19C. Fai17A. Djoum15S. Siani3A. Zambo Anguissa8B. Moukandjo20K. Toko Ekambi10V. Aboubakar13C. Bassogog AustraliaA. Postecoglou (awayFormation)#Name1M. Ryan20T. Sainsbury8B. Wright2M. Degenek3A. Gersbach5M. Milligan13A. Mooy23T. Rogić22J. Irvine10R. Kruse14J. Troisi7M.
The prelude to the 2018 World Cup starts this weekend when the Confederations Cup kicks off in Saint Petersburg. Russia, who qualify as hosts, are joined by World Champions Germany and the six holders of FIFA Confederations Championships in the eight-team tournament. Here are the eight squads in full, starting with the only team to
AustraliaJ. Irvine (6′)M. Leckie (78′)2FT0Click here to reveal spoilers.UAEStadium: Allianz Stadium (Sydney)Attendance: Referee: Ahmed Al Kaf55456142BallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson targetPossession5545Shots off target61Shots on target42Fouls2516Corners122Offsides35Yellow Cards22Red Cards00AustraliaA. Postecoglou (homeFormation)#Name1M. Ryan20T. Sainsbury8B. Wright3B. Smith2M. Degenek5M. Milligan15M. Jedinak11M. Amini22J. Irvine10R. Kruse14J. Troisi7M. Leckie9T. Jurić4T. CahillUAEMahdi Ali (awayFormation)#Name1Ali Khaseif3Walid Abbas10Ismaeil Matar6Mohanad Salem19Ismail Ahmed14Abdulaziz Sanqour15Ismaeel Al Hamadi21Omar Abdulrahman5Tariq Ahmed16Mohamed Abdulrahman9Ahmed Barman11Ahmed Khalil13Khamis