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Western Sydney Wanderers' potential XI for 2017-2018.
Western Sydney Wanderers’ potential XI for 2017-2018.Source: FOX SPORTS

THE wait is over.

A monstrous week of football in Australia continues this weekend when, in between the Socceroos’ play-offs with Syria, the A-League season gets underway.

Sydney FC are hot tips to defend their crown, but they’ll have to create history to become the first team to defend their Premiers’ Plate triumph with another first placed finish.

But across the board, there’s been some particularly interesting recruitment with a cohort of foreign recruits arriving in Australia with very impressive CVs.

Round 1

With Fantasy deadlines looming for round 1 of the competition, and plenty of recruitment news to catch up on if you haven’t been following closely, here’s a look at how the 10 sides could line up this season.

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AGAINST a country 75th on FIFA’s rankings, who have overachieved to make it this far, and who have so many factors seemingly conspiring against them, one would think the Socceroos should be good enough to progress to the next phase of World Cup qualifying.

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That’s what we hope. But a glance through history, where the last Asian side to make it to the World Cup finals from this position was Iran against Australia 20 years ago, is a stark reminder of the stakes, pressure, and context of the next week – and that’s just for the right to make it to the next stage of play-offs.

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Asian ties involving Bahrain, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia and Jordan over the last three World Cup cycles have all ended in draws at the end of two legs, eventually decided on goal difference or penalties.

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They’re the fine margins when a $12 million kitty is on offer for passage through to Russia in 2018.

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For Australia, qualification is the minimum expectation.

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For Syria, it’s about creating history for their nation.

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SIMON HILL: What you need to know about Syria

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SOCCEROOS PREVIEW PODCAST: Andy Harper and Simon Hill are in Malausia to preview all the action alongside Fox Sports Football Executive Producer Murray Shaw, and Herald Sun chief football writer David Davutovic.

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Throughout the journey, Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou has consistently re-iterated that World Cup qualification is no panacea for Australian football: its finances, the future of the national side, or the general status of the game overall. But, if the failure to qualify, and the lack of exposure, opportunities on and off the park for the sport and sheer excitement from being involved in the biggest party on the planet was not important, then there wouldn’t be this angst. The governing body wouldn’t be chartering a plane home from Malacca to gain an advantage over the Syrian rivals. It is reminiscent of the lengths taken in 2005 flying from Montevideo to Sydney. And no one can deny the transformative impact that night had on the game.

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Postecoglou has always pointed to the development of the side as the greater cause, but there’s no point developing a show if there’s no stage to perform on.

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There is no secret that in stifling conditions, on a pitch with thick grass at Syria’s home 8,000km away from home, The Qasioun Eagles will sit back, and absorb. And absorb. And absorb.

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The question is: will the Socceroos be good enough to break them down?

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Here are the burning questions heading into Thursday night’s kick-off.

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THE GAUNTLET

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Simply, if the Socceroos, after preaching a desire to play quick passing football, cannot breakdown a plucky Syrian outfit, they do not deserve to progress.

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And there’ll be no surprised about the way they’ll try.

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“In terms of the formation, we’ve set off on this path and we’ll continue down it,” Postecoglou said.

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“I see a lot of growth and development in that area. It suits our players, the kind of football we want to play and where we are at the moment as a team.

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“On Thursday night it’s going to be up to the opposition to try and keep up with us for two games, not just the one.

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“It’s going to test them in ways they probably haven’t been tested before.”

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THE REALITY

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Despite the talk about moving the ball quickly with shrewd passing, out of the 16 goals scored by the side in the last phase of qualifying, just two came from movements in open play.

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True, three came from penalties won from chances carved, but the other 11 came from crosses, be it from corners or general play.

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It has also been over a year since the side kept a clean sheet, or won, away from home – against United Arab Emirates in September 2016.

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In difficult conditions, with high stakes, against a plucky side, with a leg in Sydney to come, it is why the notion of a 180-minute contest is as paramount as ever.

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TIME TO TAKE ACCOUNTABILITY

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Those statistics belie the rhetoric coming out of the Socceroos camp, and reflect the play-off scenario the side finds itself in.

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Fox Sports football expert Simon Hill, talking on our Socceroos Preview Podcast, mused that the two wingbacks, in particular, need to seize the moment in attack.

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“That’s (the crossing stats are) probably indicative of a system that’s still new to the players and not, in my opinion, not really bedded in as well as it might.

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“(There might be 11 goals from crossing but the) quality of crossing – how many crosses, and chances to cross against Thailand, were wasted?

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“66 incursions into the Thailand box … the key was, until a decent ball was put into the box (from Aaron Mooy to Tomi Juric) hey presto, a goal resulted from it.

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“It’s all very well playing that system but you’ve got to execute properly.

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“That’s contributed to a lack of goals.

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“We’ve got to get more out of Tomi Rogic … if you’re going to play this system and include Rogic, Mooy, Luongo, Troisi … all players who can penetrate defences, they’ve got to step up and actually perform and provide the service for the strikers.

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“I don’t think that’s been evidence enough.”

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THE TIME TO ROLL THE SLEEVES UP

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Plenty have referred to the Chile performance in Russia at the Confederations Cup as the Socceroos’ yardstick. It is – sort of, because of the intensity, drive and aggression the side displayed, but with the caveat that Chile were similarly up for the scrap, unlike other Asian nations who retreat.

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But in this cauldron, the green and gold need to summon those instincts to avoid some of the more bizarre, lethargic starts that were difficult to shake, like against Jordan, Iraq and Thailand away from home.

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If that’s to set the tempo for the two-legged tie, it might go a long way to influencing the selection.

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Fox Sports football co-commentator Andy Harper thinks Postecoglou could look at some of the players who thrive in the Championship – Massimo Luongo and Jackson Irvine – to ignite the series.

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“Mat Leckie, Trent Sainsbury, Mark Milligan have played (just about) every minute of every game … otherwise it’s been horses for courses. Almost call him the tinker man,” he said on the Fox Football Podcast preview.

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“Different for Syria, who have had a core of players.

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“I think Ange will rotate for freshness. I think he picks a team preparing for a fight on Thursday night.

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“The most disappointing games … Australia came second in the fight. People don’t like talking about this in football matches in a modern context … but I think he picks a team for a fight, according to the same processes, but up for a fight.

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“Then Australia’s plan will do the rest. Then run over the top of them in Sydney. That’s the theory.”

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Whether it’s more of a scrap than a memorable display in Malacca means little in a play-off scenario. This is not the moment for aesthetics, but remaining the dominant, dictating force can still be the modus operandi.

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However, if there’s still that lack of intensity, or accuracy, that has plagued the Socceroos in recent qualifiers, that will only undermine all of those best laid plans, which need to lay the foundation for two matches, not one.

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THE TEAM

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Leckie’s form for Berlin raised the talking point of the Bundesliga star playing further forward, but ultimately, will he still be charged with the responsibility down the right flank? Whether or not Josh Risdon is a shock inclusion to allow that or not, Leckie’s involvement in the attack will remain as pivotal as ever, hopefully adding pace and movement that moves chess pieces around to create space for the midfield combination that is hard to predict. Kruse has the ability to stretch a stubborn defence, with the other midfielders responsible for conjuring a tempo that has lapsed in recent away qualifiers.

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With Bailey Wright suspended, Mat Jurman is in line for a debut – a glowing endorsement on such an occasion – it would surprise if Aziz Behich is not included as a solid option down the left.

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POTENTIAL XI in Malacca

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Mat Ryan; Mark Milligan, Trent Sainsbury, Mathew Jurman; Jackson Irvine, Aaron Mooy; Mathew Leckie, Massimo Luongo, Robbie Kruse, Aziz Behich; Tomi Juric

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POTENTIAL XI in Sydney

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Mat Ryan; Trent Sainsbury, Milos Degenek, Bailey Wright; Mark Milligan, Aaron Mooy; Mathew Leckie, Tom Rogic, James Troisi, Brad Smith; Tomi Juric

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