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Queens Park Rangers grant Australia's Massimo Luongo rest before World Cup

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Massimo Luongo
QPR and Australia midfielder Massimo Luongo reached an agreement with the club to not play again this season in preparation for the World Cup..

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Massimo Luongo will not play again this season as he prepares for the World Cup finals, the club has announced.

The Australia international, who hopes to be included in his country's squad for this summer's tournament in Russia, will miss the final two games of the Championship campaign having reached an agreement with the club.

"After speaking to the manager and club, we have decided to end my season now and for me to recharge in preparation for the WC," he said on...

 By AAP

Samantha Kerr's late strike clinches Matildas' spot in Women's World Cup

Australia players celebrate after a Samantha Kerr goal against Japan clinched their spot in the World Cup.
Australia players celebrate after a Samantha Kerr goal clinched their spot in the Women's World Cup.

Matildas forward Sam Kerr has lifted her star power yet another level by scoring the goal which booked Australia's spot in next year's Women's World Cup in France.

An underperforming Matildas side looked set to exit the Asian Women's Cup and go into the lottery of a World Cup play-off until Kerr conjured up an equaliser to earn her side a 1-1 draw against Japan in Amman on Friday (Saturday AEST).

Kerr, who scored in a national record seven-successive international matches earlier this year, managed...

 By AAP

Asian Cup seedings: Australia, Iran, Japan, South Korea in pot one

Australia's new manager Graham Arnold discusses how proud is he to take over the coaching reigns after the World Cup.
Newly appointed Socceroos manager Graham Arnold wants to continue Ange Postecoglou's proud culture.

Familiar foes and unknown quantities await the Socceroos at next year's Asian Cup after the confirmation of seedings for the tournament.

Australia, the reigning Asian champions, could be paired with World Cup qualifying opponents Syria and Jordan in the United Arab Emirates-hosted competition next January.

Or they could notch up their first official matches against Turkmenistan, Palestine, Vietnam and Yemen.

The tournament will be the first major priority of incoming coach Graham Arnold, who will...