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World Cup six-pointer for Saudi Arabia, Socceroos in Adelaide

A resurgent Saudi Arabia could make a noteworthy stride towards closure their decade-long outcast from the World Cup finals on the off chance that they can beat Asian champions Australia in a crunch qualifier at Adelaide Oval on Thursday. The Green Falcons played at four progressive World Cups from 1994 to 2006, a run that finished when Australia changed to the Asian confederation and got one of the mainland's valuable billets for the 2010 and 2014 competitions. 

Joint top of Group B, from which two groups qualify naturally for Russia one year from now, the Saudis will move six focuses clear of the Socceroos with two matches remaining in the event that they can win at the acclaimed cricket ground. 

"We're in front of them in the table," winger Yahya Al-Shehri disclosed to FIFA.com this week. 

"We need to play them on their home turf, however we'll go there to win and to clutch beat spot. We need to continue winning and fit the bill for the World Cup." 

The Socceroos will be edgy for a moment progressive win after a keep running of four attracts to rein the Saudis and dodge the shaky playoff course to Russia open to the third-set group in the gathering. 

Ange Postecoglou's dependence on skipper Mile Jedinak's precision from the punishment spot, and the proceeded with nearness in the squad of 37-year-old Tim Cahill, however, are characteristic of the battles of his side to score objectives. 

Cahill's count of 48 objectives in 96 internationals would take some beating in any group however more youthful Australian advances, for example, Tomi Juric and Mathew Leckie are not coming anyplace near that strike rate. 

Saudi Arabia mentor Bert van Marwijk, who drove his local Netherlands to the 2010 World Cup last, has constructed an astonishingly strong group that dependably appears to be fit for making shots, however they be without suspended playmaker Nawaf Al Abed in Adelaide. 

Aggregate B co-pioneers Japan, go up against Iraq in Iran on Tuesday. 

Australia make a beeline for Russia after the Saudi match for the Confederations Cup and Postecoglou would beyond all doubt love a triumph over the Saudis on Thursday to get a firmer handle on a ticket back there for the World Cup one year from now. 

"We knew the back a large portion of this current year is the place we should be getting it done," Postecoglou said on Wednesday. 

"What's more, we needed to be in a position where our destiny is in our own hands and that is precisely where we're at. We know whether we complete the capability time frame off firmly, we will accomplish the goal."

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