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Socceroos odds for Asian Cup 2019

Australia head into the 2019 AFC Asian Cup as defending champions, but can they keep hold of their crown with so many of their star players under injury clouds? Let’s see what the bookies are saying.

About the Socceroos

Established: 1922
Coach: Graham Arnold
Captain: Mark Milligan
Asian Cup appearances: Four – 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019
2015 finish: Champions

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Latest 2019 Asian Cup odds

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Outright winner +700 +700
Group B winner -588.24
To reach the final +700

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Socceroos Asian Cup fixtures

MATCH NO. OPPONENT VENUE DATE TIME (AEDT)
2 Jordan Al Ain Sunday, January 6 10pm
16 Palestine Dubai Friday, January 21 10pm
27 Syria Al Ain Wednesday, January 16 12:30am

Socceroos squad for 2019 Asian Cup

SQUAD NO. NAME BORN CAPS GOALS CLUB LEAGUE
Goalkeepers
1 Mathew Ryan 8/4/1992 50 0 Brighton & Hove Albion English Premier League
12 Mitchell Langerak 22/8/1988 8 0 Nagoya Grampus J-League
18 Danny Vukovic 27/3/1985 3 0 Genk Belgian Pro League
Defenders
2 Milos Degenek 28/4/1994 20 1 Red Star Belgrade Serbian SuperLiga
3 Alex Gersbach 8/5/1997 6 0 Rosenborg Norwegian Eliteserien
4 Rhyan Grant 26/2/1991 2 0 Sydney FC A-League
5 Mark Milligan 4/8/1985 74 6 Hibernian Scottish Premier League
6 Mathew Jurman 8/6/1989 6 0 Al-Ittihad Saudi Premier League
16 Aziz Behich 16/10/1990 30 2 PSV Eindhoven Dutch Eredivisie
19 Josh Risdon 27/7/1992 13 0 Western Sydney Wanderers A-League
20 Trent Sainsbury 5/1/1992 42 3 PSV Eindhoven Dutch Eredivisie
Midfielders
8 Massimo Luongo 25/9/1992 38 6 Queen’s Park Rangers English Championship
13 James Jeggo 12/2/1992 1 0 Austria Wien Austrian Bundesliga
17 Mustafa Amini 20/4/1993 5 0 AGF Danish Superliga
22 Jackson Irvine 7/3/1993 25 3 Hull City English Championship
23 Tom Rogic 16/12/1992 42 8 Celtic Scottish Premier League
Forwards
7 Mathew Leckie 4/2/1991 59 9 Hertha Berlin German Bundesliga
9 Jamie Maclaren 29/7/1993 8 0 Hibernian Scottish Premier League
10 Robbie Kruse 5/10/1988 70 5 VfL Bochum German 2. Bundesliga
11 Andrew Nabbout 26/12/1992 8 2 Urawa Red Diamonds J-League
14 Apostolos Giannou 25/1/1990 6 1 AEK Larnaca Cypriot First Division
15 Chris Ikonimidis 4/4/1995 7 1 Perth Glory A-League
21 Awer Mabil 15/11/1995 4 2 Midtjylland Danish Superliga

Socceroos records and stats


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