Tomi Juric and Tom Rogic have been ruled out of the Socceroos 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Tuesday after picking up minor injuries in Thursday night’s 3-0 win over Kyrgyzstan.
Juric was replaced with a groin injury on Thursday night while Rogic had some quad soreness the morning after the match with Coach Ange Postecoglou deciding to allow the pair to return to their clubs.
Postecoglou will not replace the pair for the clash with Bangladesh, who currently sit at the bottom of Group B.
Socceroo Match Details
Bangladesh v Australia
17 November 2015
Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
5.30pm kick off (10.30pm AEDT)
The Socceroos v Bangladesh match will be broadcast exclusively LIVE on FOX SPORTS and on a one hour delay on SBS.
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