The referee has inspected the playing surface and declared the pitch ready for play.
The referee for the Dodoni Series match, Jumpei Iida (Japan), has inspected the playing surface and declared the pitch ready for play.
Although an average of 80mm of rain fell in Sydney over the past 24 hours, Sydney Olympic Park only received 43 mm and only 4mm from midday today.
Supporters are encouraged to prepare for the wintry conditions and bring wet-weather protective gear.
Ponchos will be available outside the Stadium and at merchandise outlets inside the venue.
Supporters can bring umbrellas to the Stadium but, for the safety of others, are not permitted to open these once in their seats.
Rug up and come out and support the Socceroos and the Ethniki Omada!
TOP TRAVEL TIPS
With train travel included in all game-day tickets, fans are encouraged to take advantage of the additional and direct services in place for the event.
With a large crowd expected and weekend traffic in play, it's best to leave the car at home.
Arrive early and enjoy the Greek-style party in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct pre-game with Greek music, food and football activities.
Please note there will be NO Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Buses in operation for this event
Tickets available at the venue or from www.socceroos.com.au/tickets
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