Socceroo defender Matthew Spiranovic has been ruled out of the upcoming internationals against Germany and FYR Macedonia after suffering a hamstring injury.
The 26-year-old suffered the injury during Western Sydney Wanderers' AFC Champions League clash with FC Seoul on Wedneday.
Spiranovic will be replaced by fellow 2014 FIFA World Cup defender Bailey Wright, who has recently been playing a lead role in Preston North End’s march towards promotion in England’s League Two.
Socceroo Match Details
Germany v Australia
Wednesday 25 March 2015
Kick-Off: 8:30pm (CET) (6:30am (AEDT), Thursday 26 March)
Tickets for the Germany v Socceroos match in Kaiserslautern are on sale now from www.dfb.de or https://tickets.dfb.de/online/index.php3?shopid=107&gotoperformance=1849
FYR Macedonia v Australia
National Arena Philip II of Macedonia Stadium, Skopje, FYR Macedonia
Monday 30 March 2015
Kick-Off: 9.00pm (CEST) (6:00am (AEDT), Tuesday 31 March
Tickets for the FYR Macedonia v Australia match in Skopje will be on sale now from http://ffm.mk/en/tickets
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