You've had your say and now we can reveal the starting side Caltex Socceroos fans hope to see in the upcoming friendly against Norway in Oslo.
Following confirmation of Bert van Marwijk's final 26-man squad, we turned over the teamsheet to find out who you think should be in the XI at Ullevaal Stadion next week.
Here's how you voted.
Mat Ryan (87%)
No surprises in goal as the in-form and internationally-experienced Brighton and Hove Albion shot-stopper retains his starting place ahead of Danny Vukovic and Brad Jones.
Josh Risdon (23%)
Bailey Wright (26%)
With plenty of Championship football under his belt, Caltex Socceroos supporters are keen to see the Bristol City captain in the heart of defence.
Trent Sainsbury (59%)
The match against Norway may come too soon in his recovery, but the squad's most-capped defender is an automatic selection when fit.
Aziz Behich (51%)
Behich has gone from strength to strength since returning to the national team. The left-back spot is his to lose.
Mile Jedinak (41%)
The skipper put the nation on his back in the final FIFA World Cup qualifier against Honduras. With 18 goals in 73 caps, he's also the squad's second-highest international scorer.
Aaron Mooy (40%)
Enjoying a terrific debut Premier League season with Huddersfield Town and should be rested after a couple of weeks out with an infected knee.
Tom Rogic (55%)
Clearly his stunner against Rangers did not go unnoticed as the Celtic star wins a large share of the vote.
Mathew Leckie (45%)
The Hertha Berlin winger has been one of the first names on the teamsheet since breaking out at the last FIFA World Cup.
Andrew Nabbout (22%)
The dangerous winger is on the verge of a first international cap after forcing his way into the squad with an exceptional run of form in the Hyundai A-League.
Tomi Juric (44%)
With eight Caltex Socceroos goals to his credit - including one against Germany at the FIFA Confederations Cup - Switzerland-based Juric is an improving force at the top level.
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