After Saturday morning’s (AEDT) loss to Norway, the Caltex Socceroos get a chance at redemption when they take on Colombia in London.
Coach Bert van Marwijk handed debuts to the likes of Dimitri Petratos, Andrew Nabbout and Aleksandar Susnjar in Oslo and is sure to freshen up his side and give chances to some other players at Craven Cottage.
In one of Australia’s final hit-outs before their opening game in Russia in June, we’re giving fans the chance to play manager and pick their starting side for the clash.
Sticking with a 4-3-3 formation, try and predict the XI van Marwijk might go for against the South American powerhouses.
Take a look at the options below and vote for your starting player in each position.
Caltex Socceroos v Colombia
WHEN: Wednesday, March 28 - kick-off 6am AEDT
WHERE: Craven Cottage, London, England
HOW TO WATCH: Live on Fox Sports and Network Ten
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