Fifa World Cup 2018 Australia forward Andrew Nabbout will miss the game in the wake of separating a shoulder in the draw with Denmark. Tomi Juric, Jamie Maclaren and Tim Cahill are players who could venture in for the must-win game in Group C. 

Australia needs to win and expectation Denmark lose to France to stand a possibility of advancing. Peru striker Jefferson Farfan will miss the game as he recoups in a healing centre from "head injury" because of a preparation ground crash.

Qualifying changes

For Australia to qualify they should beat Peru, trust Denmark lose and furthermore better the Danes' goal difference or goals scored. 


1 Mathew Ryan (Goalkeeper)
19 Joshua Risdon (Defender)
20 Trent Sainsbury (Defender)
5 Mark Milligan (Midfielder)
16 Aziz Behich (Defender)
7 Mathew Leckie (Midfielder)
15 Mile Jedinak (Midfielder)
13 Aaron Mooy (Midfielder)
10 Robbie Kruse (Midfielder)
23 Tom Rogić (Midfielder)
9 Tomi Juric (Forward)


1 Pedro Gallese (Goalkeeper)
17 Luis Advíncula (Defender)
15 Christian Ramos (Defender)
4 Anderson Santamaría (Defender)
6 Miguel Trauco (Defender)
13 Renato Tapia (Defender)
19 Yoshimar Yotún (Midfielder)
18 André Carrillo (Midfielder)
8 Christian Cueva (Midfielder)
20 Edison Flores (Midfielder)
9 Paolo Guerrero (Forward)

Australia still has a sniff of a shot of experiencing. That point earned against Denmark could demonstrate vital on the off chance that they beat Peru and the Danes lose to France, combined with a superior goal distinction than the Danes.

The Socceroos' Dutch coach, Bert van Marwijk, is confident that France can help his side out on Tuesday.

"I think the players of France they additionally have their own particular pride, they won two times however they didn't play well, and they need to demonstrate to the entire world that they are extraordinary compared to other groups," said the 66-year-old, who drove the Netherlands to the 2010 World Cup last.

"I trust that they will do their most extreme best." This could be Van Marwijk's last game accountable for Australia, having been contracted for the competition.

Peru are out of the World Cup after two defeats, even though for captain Paolo Guerrero the match against Australia will be huge. The 34-year-old was set to miss the World Cup having been allowed a 14-month boycott after testing positive for a cocaine side-effect contained in a tea.

Be that as it may, his Australia partner, alongside the skippers of the two different sides in Group C, made interest to enable him to play at the competition. Guerrero has guaranteed to express gratitude toward Jedinak by giving him a "major embrace" before commencing.