2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-1-1, 3rd in FIFA World Cup
Australia players rally behind vilified Kruse (3:16)
Milligan lauds support of Australia fans (1:55)
Will Denmark or Australia advance from Group C? (2:18)
Matchday 8: Argentina in trouble, France & Croatia advance (0:53)
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2dReuters

Australia's Nabbout ruled out of World Cup

Australia forward Andrew Nabbout has been ruled out of the World Cup after sustaining a serious shoulder injury during the 1-1 draw with Denmark.

Champion: A draw the very least Australia deserved (2:25)
Robson: Not much Poulsen could do about penalty (2:05)
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3dRob Brooks

Arzani impresses but Socceroos slack in attack

Australia's lack of bite in front of goal proved their undoing in a 1-1 draw with Denmark, but livewire Daniel Arzani impressed off the bench.

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3dNick Miller

VAR keeps Aussies alive as Eriksen dazzles

Christian Eriksen's superb opener looked to be sending Australia home but a VAR-referred penalty converted by Mile Jedinak kept the Socceroos alive.

Must-win game for Australia (2:16)
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3dAAP

Optus agree to put all group games on SBS

The World Cup has only whetted Optus' appetite for live sport, with the telco set to be an active bidder for broadcast rights in the future.

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4dReuters

Denmark must be mentally strong - coach

Denmark believe their World Cup Group C encounter with Australia in Samara on Thursday will be won or lost in the minds of the players.

Bosnich: Ange did become prickly (0:41)

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-1Tied-20th
Goals Scored2Tied-11th
Assists0Tied-21st
Goals Conceded3Tied-22nd