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20 December 2018
Socceroos name Ikonomidis, Mooy as Juric dropped for Asian Cup
Australia named their squad for the Asian Cup, including Perth Glory forward Chris Ikonomidis.
24 June 2018
Australia v Peru: Juric keeping the faith as Socceroos chase unlikely last-16 spot
Australia must beat Peru to have a chance of reaching the last 16, but Tomi Juric is determined to keep believing.
24 June 2018
Heritage at back of Australian minds ahead of potential Croatia encounter
Four of the Australia squad have Croatian roots and one of them - Tomi Juric - has his fingers crossed for a last-16 meeting.
19 June 2018
Denmark v Australia: Socceroos confident of reaching last 16
The Socceroos remain optimistic they can reach the World Cup's last 16 ahead of Thursday’s clash with Denmark in Samara.
Bert van Marwijk
9 June 2018
Socceroos are tired, admits Van Marwijk
Bert van Marwijk admitted Australia were tired after their 2-1 win over Hungary but said his squad is injury-free.
19 June 2017
Australia 2 Germany 3: Goals galore as world champions get off to winning start
Lars Stindl, Julian Draxler and Leon Goretzka were on target as Germany got the better of Australia 3-2 at the Confederations Cup.
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8 June 2017
Video: Saudi Arabia goalkeeper gifts Australia's Tomi Juric an early goal
Tomi Juric was gifted a simple goal after a calamitous mistake by Saudi Arabia goalkeeper Yasser Al Mosailem
Nasser Al Shamrani
6 October 2016
Saudi Arabia 2 Australia 2: Al Shamrani salvages draw for hosts
Saudi Arabia and Australia played out an entertaining 2-2 draw in their World Cup qualifier in Jeddah.
17 August 2016
Luongo returns for Australia's World Cup qualifiers
Australia will host Iraq in World Cup qualifying on September 1 before travelling to United Arab Emirates five days later.
17 May 2016
Big names return for Socceroos against Greece
Ange Postecoglou has recalled some of his biggest names into the Australia squad with returns for Tim Cahill and Mathew Leckie.