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Monday the final team in Group D for the World Cup will be decided after the intercontinental playoff between Australia and Peru. After a tight 2-1 win over the United Arab Emirates, the Socceroos will clash with Peru to try and make their fifth consecutive appearance in the World Cup where they haven't made it out of the group stage since 2006. Peru hasn't had as good of a qualification record, making the group stage in 2018 which was their first appearance at the World Cup since 1982, but they do enter this match as favorites.


The Socceroos are ready to do whatever it takes to book a place in a fifth-straight World Cup when they face Peru on Tuesday morning (4am AEST) - even if that means a penalty shootout.


The Socceroos are heavy underdogs for the one-off battle in Doha, where over 12,000 Peruvian fans are expected to be in attendance compared to just a handful of travelling Australian supporters.


But for head coach Graham Arnold, the result is far more important than the performance, and he’ll gladly take a victory in whatever fashion - shootout or not. Follow live below


Arnold was an assistant coach in 2005 when the Socceroos famously beat Uruguay for a place in the 2006 World Cup. And he was in charge in 2019 when the Australians overcame Uzbekistan in the Asian Cup - the only two competitive shootouts in Socceroos history.


“We practiced penalty shootouts even before the Jordan game,” he said yesterday. “The UAE game we did it, and we have continually practised it.


“We make sure that all the boys, we do a little drill in the middle of the centre circle, all the boys have to walk up like they would, it’s like a rehearsal, like they would in a game, then take a penalty. We are ready for everything that is thrown at us.”


Peru: Peru will feel good as their defense hasn't allowed more than one goal in a game since September of 2021 against Brazil. They'll make things tough for Australia but in a win or go home anything can happen. They played New Zealand as a warmup with Gianluca Lapadula scoring the only goal but what's most impressive is that New Zealand were only able to muster two shots. Yoshimar Yotun could be a late doubt but given his importance to the team and the magnitude of the match, if he can walk, he will play.


The Socceroos are ready to do whatever it takes to book a place in a fifth-straight World Cup when they face Peru on Tuesday morning (4am AEST) - even if that means a penalty shootout.


The Socceroos are heavy underdogs for the one-off battle in Doha, where over 12,000 Peruvian fans are expected to be in attendance compared to just a handful of travelling Australian supporters.


But for head coach Graham Arnold, the result is far more important than the performance, and he’ll gladly take a victory in whatever fashion - shootout or not. Follow live below


Arnold was an assistant coach in 2005 when the Socceroos famously beat Uruguay for a place in the 2006 World Cup. And he was in charge in 2019 when the Australians overcame Uzbekistan in the Asian Cup - the only two competitive shootouts in Socceroos history.


Arnold said: “We have worked on it with Nathaniel and Fran. Nathaniel got isolated a couple of times against a player who had very good speed. At times, he let the player turn and face him and use his speed. He has to not let the player turn. We have worked on that and spoken about that. Those two players are in calculations.”


The other key choice is whether to stick with veteran Mat Leckie at centre forward or shift him back to the wing, where he has played the majority of his career and is clearly more comfortable.


Jamie Maclaren looms as the likely option to start in the number nine role, having come off the bench in the second half in a solid showing against the UAE. Leckie could be shifted to the left side of an attacking trio, with Adelaide United’s Craig Goodwin likely to be dropped to the bench.


Peru: Peru will feel good as their defense hasn't allowed more than one goal in a game since September of 2021 against Brazil. They'll make things tough for Australia but in a win or go home anything can happen. They played New Zealand as a warmup with Gianluca Lapadula scoring the only goal but what's most impressive is that New Zealand were only able to muster two shots. Yoshimar Yotun could be a late doubt but given his importance to the team and the magnitude of the match, if he can walk, he will play.


The Socceroos are ready to do whatever it takes to book a place in a fifth-straight World Cup when they face Peru on Tuesday morning (4am AEST) - even if that means a penalty shootout.


The Socceroos are heavy underdogs for the one-off battle in Doha, where over 12,000 Peruvian fans are expected to be in attendance compared to just a handful of travelling Australian supporters.


But for head coach Graham Arnold, the result is far more important than the performance, and he’ll gladly take a victory in whatever fashion - shootout or not. Follow live below


Arnold was an assistant coach in 2005 when the Socceroos famously beat Uruguay for a place in the 2006 World Cup. And he was in charge in 2019 when the Australians overcame Uzbekistan in the Asian Cup - the only two competitive shootouts in Socceroos history.

Arnold said: “I think Lecks did very well there, he chased and harassed the centre backs and did a fantastic job. We have got a couple of options, plus Mitchell Duke and Nick D’Agostino.”

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