Stadium: My Dinh National Stadium
The high-flying Australian side will visit Vietnam in their second game of the World Cup Qualifiers’ third round.
- Australia have won all of their last 9 games. The last time they managed to achieve this streak was back in 1997.
- The Socceroos won their opening match of the third round of World Cup Qualifying against China 3-0.
- Vietnam suffered a 3-1 defeat against Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
Head to Head
Australia have met Vietnam on a couple of occasions before, winning both the games.
Australia – Last 9 matches (Won 9)
Vietnam – Last 9 matches ( 5 Win, 2 D, 2L)
The current Socceroos’ side is one of the best in history as they have won all of their last nine games, thus setting a new record.
Manager Graham Arnold has done an incredible job so far and he is likely to lead his troops to the World Cup for the fifth consecutive year.
Australia are the favourites to end up as the toppers of group B, with the second-best side in the same group, Japan suffering a narrow defeat in the opening game.
Matthew Ryan (GK); Aziz Behich, Trent Sainsbury, Harry Souttar, Ryan Strain; Aaron Mooy, Tom Rogic, Jackson Irvine; Adam Taggart, Martin Boyle, Awer Mabil
Vietnam were impressive throughout the second round of the World Cup qualifier but slumped to a heavy defeat against Saudi days ago.
They have got a massive task to topple the vibrant Australian side on Tuesday.
Bui, Do Duy Manh, Nguyen, Vu Van Thanh, Nguyen Tuan Anh, Hoang Duc, Trong Hoang, Phan Van Duc, Tien Linh, Quang Hai
Vietnam 0 – 4 Australia: the Socceroos are expected to continue their impressive streak in the upcoming games. Another big win could also be on the cards.