The national soccer team of Chile will come out in the field for their very first game of the tournament on the 13th June against the Socceroos, national football team of Australia. These two nations gear up for their clash as they can easily understanding that their first game won’t be an easy one. Both sides will try to secure their first three points in a group and clear their rocky road to qualification into the tournament. Chile qualified for the World Cup from the South American pool of teams fairly comfortably despite of losing 6 out of their 16 matches where as Australia got qualified for Brazil 2014 from the Asian group. Football lover also should know that Chile is more used to the climate of Brazil and for some recent years the team is working well as a unit. Moreover, Jorge Sampaoli will be hoping that his squad is ready for the challenge that comes from being in a group where teams like world champions Spain, Netherlands and Australia itself. If they want to step forward into the next phase surely Sampaoli have to become more than aware that his side remains upset one of the big guns. The Socceroos on the other hand, are a worry. They will fight to proving the world exactly why they are thought to be able to offer a threat on the international scene. That would be their main focus and that also should be unless the team had to pay high. At this moment Chile has an official FIFA ranking of 15, and Australia is 59 in world ranking.
Time and Date Schedule
Chile vs Australia
Date: June 13 2014 (6/14/2014)
Kick-off: 22:00 GMT, 06:00 PM ET, 23:00 UK
Venue: Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba
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Players to watch:
Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas have proven their ability in front of goal during the earlier stage of the tournament. This team also contains Vidal and Fernandez both of two playmakers will supplied the creativity.
Tim Cahill, Mile Jedinak and Lucas Neill are the real pride of Australia. Among them Cahill has scored 29 goals for his country so far. With the experience of Lucas Neill and the scoring capability of Brett Holman Australia will be ready to bring the fight to their opponents.
Head to head:
Chile will be coming into the match as favourites while Australia have a strategy to breakdown the creativity of the South Americans. These two the strongest nations in Europe fought on world cup 1974, hosted by Germany and they drawled that match.
1974: Chile vs Australia 0-0, Draw
Looking at the fixture it seems that Chile look set to take the full three points from this one. It’s hard to see how Australia can get anything from this unless they took unique technique to breakdown the experience and creativity.
Claudio Bravo (Real Sociedad), Johnny Herrera (Universidad de Chile), Cristopher Toselli (Universidad Catolica), Paulo Garces (O’Higgins), Gary Medel (Cardiff City), Gonzalo Jara (Nottingham Forest), Marcos Gonzalez (Union Espanola), Enzo Andia (Universidad Catolica), José Rojas (Universidad de Chile), Eugenio Mena (Santos), Mauricio Isla (Juventus), Jorge Valdívia (Palmeiras), Felipe Gutiérrez (Twente), Rodrigo Millar (Atlas), José Pedro Fuenzalida (Colo Colo), Pablo Hernández (O’Higgins), Matias Fernández (Fiorentina), Francisco Silva (Osasuna), Arturo Vidal (Juventus), Charles Aránguiz (Internacional), Marcelo Díaz (Basel), Carlos Carmona (Atalanta), Miiko Albornoz (Malmo), Alexis Sánchez (Barcelona), Esteban Paredes (Colo Colo), Eduardo Vargas (Valencia), Gustavo Canales (Union Espanola), Jean Beausejour (Wigan Athletic), Mauricio Pinilla (Cagliari), Fabián Orellana (Celta).
Mat Ryan (Club Brugge), Mitch Langerak (Borussia Dortmund), Eugene Galekovic (Adelaide United), Mark Birighitti (Newcastle Jets), Matthew Spiranovic (Western Sydney Wanderers), Ryan McGowan (Shandong Luneng), Ivan Franjic (Brisbane Roar), Jason Davidson (Heracles), Curtis Good (Newcastle United), Alex Wilkinson (Jeonbuk Motors), Luke Wilkshire (Dinamo Moscow), Bailey Wright (Preston North End), Mark Milligan (Melbourne Victory), Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace), James Holland (Austria Vienna), Matt McKay (Brisbane Roar), Dario Vidosic (FC Sion), Mark Bresciano (Al Gharafa), Massimo Luongo (Swindon Town), Adam Sarota (Utrecht), Oliver Bozanic (Luzern), Tom Rogic (Celtic), Josh Brillante (Newcastle Jets), Tim Cahill (New York Red Bulls), Tommy Oar (Utrecht), James Troisi (Atalanta), Mathew Leckie (FSV Frankfurt), Adam Taggart (Newcastle Jets), Josh Kennedy (Nagoya Grampus), Ben Halloran (Fortuna Dusseldorf).