Fly the hi-tech skies with our Caltex Socceroos
The Caltex Socceroos landed in Sydney today rested thanks to the latest recovery technology on their chartered flight home from Honduras.
Aside from in-flight massages and the correct diet for recovery, the players were given the latest in light therapy glasses from Scandinavia, brought in by head of sports science Dr Craig Duncan.
The glasses help keep players stay awake, helping their body clock adjust as they fly through time zones.
It all helps as Australia prepare for their biggest World Cup qualifier in four years when they face Honduras in the second leg of their intercontinental playoff on Wednesday night in Sydney.
The teams drew 0-0 on Saturday in San Pedro Sula.
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