Ange Postecoglou has named a 30-man squad for the crucial World Cup qualifier AFC play-off against Syria next month.
Eight players have earned recalls after missing the last squad for the group qualifiers against Thailand and Japan.
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The 71-cap skipper of the side is managing his return from a long-term injury which has limited his recent international involvement to a solitary appearance in the last six months.
His potential inclusion would provide a huge boost to Postecoglou and the entire Australian squad.
He earned his only international cap in the 2013 East Asian Cup; a 4-3 loss to China in Australia's last game at the tournament.
A move from Swansea to Dutch side Breda has seen the 26-year-old push his claims again as one of the three goalkeepers in the squad.
The livewire wing-back started two of Australia's three games at June's Confederations Cup but wasn't selected in the squad to face Japan and Thailand.
Playing regularly for Bursaspor in Turkey and with 16 caps to his name, he may well be in line for a recall.
His last appearance for the Caltex Socceroos was as a late substitute in the 2-1 loss to England in an international friendly last year.
The former Hyundai A-League star has been playing regularly for Sparta Rotterdam in the Dutch top-flight and pressing his claims to add to his three caps.
The uncapped Sturm Graz midfielder was a late replacement for Mile Jedinak in Australia's Confederations Cup squad.
The former Adelaide United and Victory midfielder is getting good game-time in Austria's top division and is a legitimate midfield option for Postecoglou.
The real bolter in this 30-man squad having last played for Australia four years ago in the game before Postecoglou took over as coach.
The 30-year-old former Perth Glory and WSW flier is now plying his trade in Israel, scoring in Maccabi Haifa's latest Europa League match.
A move from Perth Glory to Western Sydney Wanderers was designed to re-ignite the fullback's international career, having won the last of his three caps against England last year.
Now 25 and with several years of professional football under his belt, a return to the international fold is certainly on the cards.
Another uncapped player in the 30-man squad is the former Sydney FC and Brisbane Roar centre-back.
Now playing in Korea Republic for Suwon Bluewings, his no-nonsense approach has caught the eye of the national coach.Which returning Socceroo should make the final 23-man squad?