The FIFA World Cup in Russia has begun, with Australia taking on the rest of the globe in football's showpiece event.
After Thursday's 1-1 draw with Denmark, the Socceroos have work to do to reach the last 16. Bert van Marwijk's side will need to defeat already-eliminated Peru and hope that France beat the Danes on the final matchday of Group C on Wednesday.
Australian kick-off times for the 2018 World Cup:
All times are listed in AEST. All games are available through Optus.
When Australia drew 1-1 with Denmark on Thursday, despite having their opponents on the ropes throughout the second half, they lost more than just control of their own World Cup fate.
Tireless striker Andrew Nabbout was forced off with a dislocated shoulder in the 75th minute, which was a major blow to coach Bert van Marwijk and his hard-working team.
Nabbout has been a vital cog in Van Marwijk's game plan in the tournament thus far, leading the defensive line from the front, pressing and harrying...