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The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) is seeking to move the home World Cup qualifier against Australia on November 15 out of the country amid mourning for the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

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The Socceroos will look to seal their progression to the next stage of 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification when they travel to Thailand this evening. We’ll have comprehensive minute-by-minute coverage of all of the action live from 10.00pm AEDT.

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Disappointment has turned to determination as the Socceroos look to get their 2014 World Cup qualification campaign back on track against Thailand on Tuesday night (AEDT).

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With this week’s two World Cup qualifiers away to Oman and Thailand likely to garner safe passage to the next phase, it’s perhaps a good time to look back over the opening three qualifiers and assess the players that have really progressed their cause under Holger Osieck.

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The War Elephants’ recent performance against Australia and Oman certainly raised eyebrows in a number of quarters. The surprising thing is less that the Thais can play football, but more that football development in Thailand is gathering pace despite the best efforts of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT).

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So why did the Socceroos’ shape against Thailand fail? In general, the team was unbalanced, with left-side players in Holman and McKay drifting centrally and ignoring the left flank.

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Emerging Socceroos star Robbie Kruse says Australia’s unconvincing 2-1 win over Thailand has given the side the “kick up the backside” needed ahead of Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia in Dammam (3am AEST).

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Why were Australia poor in their fortunate win over Thailand? There are a range of reasons to be explored. Brett Holman, nominally on the left flank, drifted centrally and ignored the left.

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When Josh Kennedy bagged the equaliser on Friday night, the irony wasn’t lost on fans that the build-up occurred on the ground. Yet, time and again, Australia knocked in long balls against Thailand, so is route one football here to stay under coach Holger Osieck?

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Our star players are back, it’s a competitive clash, and hopefully the start of a journey which leads to Brazil in 2014. So will the Brisbane public get behind the Socceroos, or will tonight’s World Cup qualifier against Thailand become the victim of sports fixture fatigue?

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Thailand might be ranked No.120 in the world and be missing their captain, goalkeeper and three other front-liners, but Socceroos coach Holger Osieck will be a wary man at Suncorp Stadium.

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Despite having a physically inferior side, Thailand soccer coach Winfried Schafer says he’s not expecting an aerial bombardment from Australia in Friday’s World Cup qualifier in Brisbane.

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