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Australia's Ange Postecoglou hoping squad prove worth before Thailand trip

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down all the action from the 1-1 draw between Australia and Japan in AFC WCQ.
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou defended the crowd, saying the crowd of 48,000 provided a 'great atmosphere' at Etihad Stadium.

Ange Postecoglou has effectively challenged his Socceroos to prove this weekend why they deserve to play in next month's World Cup qualifier in Thailand.

Postecoglou has named an extended 30-man squad for Australia's final international assignment of the year and will trim it back to 23 once he has watched this weekend's fixtures.

That gives the players all one last opportunity for their clubs, either in the A-League or abroad, to audition for a seat on the plane to Bangkok.

The squad that drew with...

Melbourne City's Luke Brattan eager to make impression in Socceroos recall

Melbourne City have defeated cross-city rivals Victory 2-0 to set up an FFA Cup final against Sydney FC.

Luke Brattan has been rewarded for his dazzling start to the A-League season with a return to Socceroos reckoning.

On Tuesday, he was putting Melbourne Victory to the sword with his second man-of-the-match derby performance in as many weeks.

A day later, the Melbourne City midfielder was named in an extended 30-man squad for next month's World Cup qualifier against Thailand by Ange Postecoglou.

The 26-year-old's talent has never been in question and he grew to become a key member of the Brisbane...

Luke Brattan and Tommy Oar earn Socceroos recall for Thailand WCQ

Brisbane Roar midfielder Tommy Oar has earned a recall to the Australia national team.

Luke Brattan and Tommy Oar are among seven new faces in an extended 30-man squad named by Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou for next month's World Cup qualifier against Thailand.

All 23 players who were part of the squad that drew with Saudi Arabia and Japan have been recalled, along with Brattan, Oar, Josh Risdon, Jason Geria and the overseas-based trio of Nathan Burns, Milos Degenek and Aziz Behich.

Postecoglou will trim the squad back to 23 after watching this weekend's matches, effectively challenging...

 By Paul Murphy

Charyl Chappuis surprise omission from Thailand AFF Suzuki Cup squad

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts examine whether or not Thailand should put all their efforts into winning the AFF Suzuki Cup after another WC qualifying defeat.
In 2014, Thailand national team and Suphanburi midfielder, Charyl Chappuis, suffered a devastating injury. Following a 16-month layoff, he made his return to football. Here's his story.
At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.

Thailand's head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang has sprung a major surprise by leaving 2014 hero Charyl Chappuis out of his squad for this year's AFF Suzuki Cup, and the upcoming World Cup qualifier against Australia in Bangkok.

Suphanburi midfielder Chappuis managed to overcome an injury absence of almost 18 months to fight his way back into Kiatisuk's plans for the first four Group B World Cup qualifiers, starting in the 2-0 defeat to Japan in Bangkok last month. But the Swiss-Thai -- he scored four...

Socceroos second highest Asian team at 40th in FIFA rankings

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down all the action from the 1-1 draw between Australia and Japan in AFC WCQ.

Australia have jumped five spots to 40th on the latest FIFA world rankings.

On the back of recent draws in the AFC World Cup qualifiers against Saudi Arabia and Japan, the Socceroos have climbed to their highest position since 2012.

They gained 20 points since the September rankings, taking them to 663 and putting them ahead of the likes of Ghana, Korea, Serbia and Greece.

While still a long way off their all-time highest position of 14th in 2009, Ange Postecoglou's team have made giant strides...