A look at how Australia’s next World Cup 2018 opponents, Denmark, set up tactically
Australia’s defensive block is very hard to beat and the tactical ‘battle’ between Eriksen and Australia’s 6s will be key to this crucial group game.
France might have the greatest strength in depth at this World Cup, but they are yet to become the sum of their strongest parts on the pitch.
The midfield zone was the area of greatest strength during the Ange Postecoglou era, but also the most problematic.
A in-depth preview of how the Socceroos will approach the 2018 World Cup tactically
The biggest surprise in Bert van Marwijk’s final Socceroos squad was the inclusion of Jamie Maclaren, but where does he fit into the side?
Van Marwijk will probably achieve some short-term success, but it is unlikely he will leave a long-term legacy.
There are several core values that Arnold and Postecoglou share that can be considered Australian.
Graham Arnold, Tony Popovic, Marcelo Bielsa & Ralf Rangnick appear to be the main candidates on the Socceroos shortlist, but who is the best fit for the job?
A significant contributor to the confident Australian performance in their first leg draw with Honduras was their ability to overload in midfield areas.