Socceroos’ final World Cup push gets underway – with Tim Cahill on board

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Australia’s logistically complex and final World Cup qualifying mission is underway, carrying the Socceroos, including Tim Cahill, to Honduras. Ange Postecoglou’s squad have completed club duties in 15 countries across the weekend, and are heading for Central America for Friday’s (Saturday AEDT) away leg in the intercontinental playoff.

Collectively, the Socceroos will travel around 200,000 kilometres from their club homes to Honduras. It might seem like a disadvantage when the majority of the Honduras squad are based at home but Australian officials hope their meticulous planning can give them an edge.

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