Taking on Tim Cahill is a scary enough proposition for any team, let alone with him in the same side as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Marco van Basten.
Think you could cope against that array of attacking talent?
Caltex Socceroos icon Cahill has set the challenge in FIFA 18, selecting a group of superstars to join him as members of a FIFA Ultimate Team featured squad battle.
Check out Timmy's team and get playing quickly - the limited time squad is only available until the end of the week.
Cahill faced Spain at the last FIFA World Cup and has clearly been influenced by the encounter, choosing Sergio Ramos, David de Gea, Andres Iniesta and Gerard Pique along with a further four Barcelona players.
That kind of world class quality will surely be in the sights of competitors in the new e-League, which gets underway in February.
Cahill also found space for former New York Red Bulls teammate Thierry Henry and four current Premier League players, including fellow ex-Everton man Romelu Lukaku.
As the owner of his own fashion line, the national team's all-time top scorer knows a thing or two about dressing well.
Cahill's men will suitably get their own fresh look in FUT, wearing EA Sports' special Australia Day kit for home matches and the Caltex Socceroos' home strip for away fixtures.
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