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The Socceroos take on Japan in World Cup Qualifier match. Can they win 12 in a row?

The Socceroos are finding new ways to score goals, but can their defence stop the talented Japanese attack? Source: Photo by: Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

The Socceroos have won their last eleven games in a row in their bid to qualify for the FIFA World Cup that will be in Qatar at the end of 2022. The team is in great form but faces a challenge playing Japan in Japan on 12 October. Victory would have the team well-placed to go to the World Cup.

Robbie Gaspar was the first Australian footballer to play in Indonesia. He is currently a Player Development Manager, a football ambassador and a member of the Australia Indonesia Business Council.  He explains to Sri Dean what the Socceroos must do keep progressing.

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