Australia's players have maintained their focus ahead of the critical World Cup qualifier against Iraq on Tuesday night, says skipper Lucas Neill.
Australia's World Cup qualifier next Tuesday will be against an Iraq side out of contention for qualification after their overnight loss to Japan.
Australia have beaten Jordan 4-0 in their World Cup qualifier in Melbourne with goals to Mark Bresciano, Tim Cahill, Robbie Kruse and Lucas Neill.
The Socceroos always enjoy a backs-to-the-wall scrap, and for the next two matches, that's exactly what they face starting with Jordan in Melbourne.
Jordan coach Adnan Hamad say his team will play to beat the Socceroos, rather than settle for a draw in their World Cup qualifier.
Socceroos coach Holger Osieck's big question is whether to restore fit-again Mile Jedinak to the line-up to play Jordan, or keep faith with Mark Milligan.
Socceroos skipper Lucas Neill has made it clear his side will not underestimate Jordan in their crucial World Cup qualifier clash on Tuesday night.
Socceroos coach Holger Osieck won't reveal his starting 11 to play Jordan in Melbourne until match day, and might yet change the side which drew with Japan.
Matt McKay is confident he is growing into the Socceroos left-back position, where he hopes to remain for the next two World Cup qualifiers.
Despite his lack of recent game-time, Brett Holman is confident he has recovered enough from a tough hitout against Japan to back up for the Socceroos.
The Socceroos say they have not taken any of their World Cup opponents lightly, despite a far more difficult task for qualification this time around.
Midfielder Mile Jedinak has declared himself ready to play a role for the Socceroos against Jordan after recovering from an ankle injury.
The Socceroos are looking at a quick goal against Jordan to avoid the frustration of time-wasting tactics dogging their World Cup qualifier in Melbourne.
Socceroos midfielder Mile Jedinak has joined in training with his teammates for the first time since arriving in Australia's World Cup training camp.
Socceroo Tommy Oar doesn't believe his maiden goal in the World Cup qualifier against Japan took a deflection, but admits it was an attempted cross.