Qantas Under 23's Team News
Qantas Under 23's coach Graham Arnold has made two changes for tonight’s final match of the Spring Cup tournament being held in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Qantas Under 23's coach Graham Arnold has made two changes for tonight-s final match of the Spring Cup tournament being held in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Queensland Roar-s Spase Dilevski (pictured right) and Perth Glory-s David Micevski come into the side to play Uzbekistan, at the expense of suspended Vince Lia and Nikolai Topor-Stanley.
The starting line-up is: Danny Vukovic (gk); Mark Milligan, Adrian Leijer, Jacob Timpano, Ruben Zadkovich, Spase Dilevski, Stuart Musialik, David Micevski, Nick Ward, Dez Giraldi, Kristian Sarkies
Apart from Lia, Adam Casey is also unlikely to play, due to a nagging hamstring injury.
The match kicks off at 7.00pm AEST time.
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