Bert van Marwijk says his players don't yet know who will start against Norway in Oslo.
We try to read the Dutch master's mind ahead of his first game as Caltex Socceroos coach.
The Brighton and Hove Albion stopper is the incumbent number one and has pole position to start between the sticks.
The Western Sydney Wanderers fullback may be the sole Hyundai A-League player in the starting side.
The Bristol City skipper has been in excellent club form and was a constant presence in Australia's World Cup qualifying campaign.
The one true bolter in the squad may find himself thrust straight into the starting side. A future star.
The Turkish-based fullback brings pace and tenacity to the left side of both attack and defence.
Australia's inspirational leader will anchor midfield while also contributing goals, especially in set-piece situations.
One of the most important players in the Caltex Socceroos squad, the Huddersfield Town midfielder is a crucial cog in the side. And, thankfully, he's back playing after a recent leg injury sustained in the EPL.
There's no substitute for pace and the German-based attacker (who will earn his 50th cap) has it in spades.
Potentially the most exciting player on van Marwijk's roster, capable of creating and scoring goals.
Now the veteran of 60 internationals, the VfL Bochum man is craving a World cup ticket after injury ruled him out four years ago.
Played a dozen games for Australia in 2017 and set to lead the line again under the new coaching regime.
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