You've had your say and now we can reveal the starting side Caltex Socceroos fans hope to see in the upcoming friendly against Colombia in London.
Here's the players you want to see Bert van Marwijk select from the outset at Craven Cottage.
With Mat Ryan set to be rested for this fixture, Dutch-based shot-stopper Brad Jones was the fans' pick to wear the gloves after a four-year absence.
Wanderers' Josh Risdon was the overwhelming choice for the right-back role with the 25-year-old more than 30% of the total votes.
With both Trent Sainsbury and Matt Jurman unavailable, 22-year-old Aleksandar Susnjar was the most popular choice following an impressive debut against Norway.
Japan-based Milos Degenek was solid if unspectacular in Oslo and the fans are hoping to see him again in the heart of defence.
Aziz Behich was the clear-cut choice for the left-back role the Turkish-based defender picking up 60% of the fans' votes.
Aaron Mooy wasn't quite at his best against Norway but the fans are keeping the faith with the Huddersfield Town star against Colombia.
Mile Jedinak was another to underperform in Oslo and will be keen to redeem himself with a big performance at Craven Cottage.
Tom Rogic made a cameo appearance in Norway and - along with the fans - will be desperate to see more action on Wednesday morning.
Mat Leckie has established himself as one of the Socceroos' most important players and the fans clearly agree, with the Hertha attacker picking up almost 50% of the vote for the right-wing spot.
In the closest poll of any position, Newcastle's Dimi Petratos sneaks into the fans' starting XI ahead of former Jets teammate Andrew Nabbout.
Tomi Juric is the overwhelming choice to lead the line for the Socceroos, with Swiss-based striker picking up more than 40% of the total votes, with Tim Cahill claiming 27.5%.
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