Brett Holman and Tom Rogic have both been withdrawn from the Socceroos squad for the upcoming matches against France and Canada due to injury.
Brett Holman and Tom Rogic have both been withdrawn from the Socceroos squad for the upcoming international friendly matches against France and Canada due to injury.
Holman sustained a quadriceps strain whilst training with his club last week and Rogic has a groin injury.
No additional players will be added to the Socceroos squad at this time.
The international friendly match against France will be played at the Parc de Princes, Paris on Friday 11 October 2013 (kick-off at 9:00pm CEST (6:00am AEDT, Saturday 12 October) and the match against Canada will be played at Craven Cottage, London on Tuesday 15 October at 8:00pm BST (6:00am AEDT, Wednesday 16 October).
This will be the fourth match between France and Australia at senior men-s international level and the ninth match between Canada and Australia.
Both Socceroo matches against France and Canada will be broadcast live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS.
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