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The Socceroos qualified for the 2018 World Cup by defeating Honduras in an intercontinental playoff. Australia was the highest scoring team in qualifying and they played a record 22 matches along the way. Head coach Ange Postecoglou has his squad playing an exciting style of football that will be fun to watch in Russia. Australia is listed as a big longshot to win the 2018 World Cup at odds of +25000, but they shouldn’t be a boring side to watch.

Australia 2018 World Cup Odds: +25000

Australia doesn’t have enough overall talent to win the World Cup, as they are listed as a big longshot at odds of +25000. The question is whether they have enough talent to get a few points and make a run at getting out of the group stage.

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2018 World Cup Qualifying Results

Australia was a fun team to watch in qualifying under Postecoglou, as they were the highest scoring team in World Cup qualifying.  They played an amazing 22 matches along the way and racked up just over 150,000 miles of travel. The 51 goals they scored may never be matched again. Postecoglou is the first Australia-raised coach to lead the team to qualification. "It's overwhelming to be honest - when you are coaching your own nation the burden of responsibility is even greater,” Postecoglou said on

2018 FIFA World Cup Groups

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Russia Portugal France Argentina
Saudi Arabia Spain Australia Iceland
Egypt Morocco Peru Croatia
Uruguay Iran Denmark Nigeria
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Brazil Germany Belgium Poland
Switzerland Mexico Panama Senegal
Costa Rica Sweden Tunisia Colombia
Serbia Korea Republic England Japan

2018 FIFA World Cup Group C Schedule

GROUP C: France - Australia - Peru - Denmark
Match Date / Time (Local Time) Venue
France vs Australia June, 16th / 13:00 Kazan Arena, Kazan
Peru vs Denmark June, 16th / 19:00 Mordovia Arena, Saransk
France vs Peru June, 21st / 17:00 Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Denmark vs Australia June, 21st / 19:00 Cosmos Arena, Samara
Denmark vs France June, 26th / 17:00 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Australia vs Peru June, 26th / 17:00 Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi

Players to Watch

Australia has a lot of players to watch including midfielders Mile Jedinak, Aaron Mooy and Tom Rogic. They also have the 38-year old Tim Cahill who scored 11 goals in qualifying. Jedinak scored all three goals against Honduras to lead the team to the win. "It probably means more than I can describe,” said Jedinak, "We set out on a task a couple of years ago to qualify for a World Cup and make an impact, but first it was always getting there.”

The Coach

Postecoglou spent seven years coaching Australia’s national youth teams and he led Brisbane Roar in Australia’s A-League. He has a high-temp style of football that has found success with the national team.

Australia World Cup History

This will be the fifth overall appearance for Australia at the World Cup. Their best showing was a Round of 16 appearance in 2006. They nearly beat eventual champion Italy that year but a last minute penalty did them in. The Socceroos were eliminated in the group stage in 2010 on goal differential. Australia lost all three of their matches in Brazil four years ago. Australia has played a total of 13 World Cup matches in their history and scored a total of 11 goals for an average of 0.8 goals per game.

Australia 2018 World Cup Predictions

Australia is going to be a fun team to watch and perhaps one to bet over the total in their games, but unless Cahill can defy time and continue to score it is unlikely the team will get out of the group stage.

Australia 2018 World Cup Roster

GK - Mathew Ryan

GK - Mitchell Langerak

GK - Danny Vukovic

GK - Mark Birighitti

GK - Eugene Galekovic

GK - Adam Federici

DF - Milos Degenek

DF - Alex Gersbach

DF - Matthew Jurman

DF - Bailey Wright

DF - Aziz Behich

DF - Ryan McGowan

DF - Trent Sainsbury

DF - Josh Risdon

DF - Brad Smith

DF - Matthew Spiranovic

DF - Dylan McGowan

DF - Rhyan Grant

DF - Rhys Williams

MF - Mustafa Amini

MF - Ajdin Hrustic

MF - Riley McGree

MF - Matt McKay

MF - Chris Ikonomidis

MF - Ryan Edwards

MF - Mark Milligan

MF - Craig Goodwin

MF - Aaron Mooy

MF - James Troisi

MF - Lord Jedinak

MF - Massimo Luongo

MF - Jackson Irvine

MF - Tom Rogic

MF - James Jeggo

FW - Tim Cahill

FW - Mathew Leckie

FW - Tomi Juric

FW - Robbie Kruse

FW - Nikita Rukavytsya

FW - Jamie Maclaren

FW - Awer Mabil

FW - Nathan Burns

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