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World Cup Qualifying
Honduras vs Australia Live Stream online
Date : Friday, November 10
Start Time: 5:00 PM.ET

Honduras vs Australia Live

THE Socceroos failed to take their chances but emerged with a credible 0-0 draw in Honduras, with the World Cup playoff now set for a nervy decider in Sydney.

Much was made of the importance of the visitors keeping their heads early on in this match, yet it was the Hondurans who seemed to buckle under the pressure of playing in front of 40,000 home fans.

The Socceroos had the best chances, and Tomi Juric should have scored, though he wasn’t helped by the bobble on the cow paddock.

Scandalous that the Hondurans trained on it during the week, and no doubt that’s contributed to its horrendous state, in addition to the epic overnight rainfall in Honduras.

Ange Postecoglou would’ve been delighted with the first half. Trent Sainsbury was outstanding and Mile Jedinak’s poise was vital, while Massimo Luongo and Aaron Mooy bossed the midfield.

Aaron Mooy uploaded a video of the stadium in San Pedro Sula to Instagram 90 minutes before kick-off and it was full to the brim.

The incredible atmosphere showed you how much World Cup qualification means to the Hondurans.

It was very cool to see and I hope Sydney gets behind the boys in a similar way on Wednesday night and gives them the boost they need.

Home advantage in sport can play a massive part in results, and hopefully it comes into play on Wednesday.

The Hondurans came from 2-0 down to beat Mexico and pip the United States for the final North American spot in the global play-offs.

And Australia also came from behind to beat Syria 3-2 on aggregate in Sydney.

Ange Postecoglou’s men were a nick of paint away from being dumped out by the brave Middle Eastern side as Omar Al Soma’s free kick cannoned off the post in the last minute.

Meanwhile, allegations in the Australian press in The Sydney Morning Herald that the revised kick-off time for the Honduras first-leg was due to “dirty tricks” has also been seized upon by La Prensa and Diez.

Fox Sports understands that concerns to huge predicted thunderstorms is the reason for the kick-off change, with the start to be brought forward by 30 minutes.

Camera lenses in Honduras have been focused squarely on the pitch, with Jorge Luis Pinto assembling his squad for the start of their training camp.

17 of the 25 players are already there preparing in Comayagua, but the press were asked to leave after 10 minutes as tactical work commenced.

Cahill tried to continue on, attempting to run off the knock to his right ankle however was forced off on 24 minutes.

The all-time record Socceroos scorer, who was the hero with a double against Syria in October, was clearly shattered as he walked down the tunnel.

“He was devastated,” said Fox Sports sideline reporter Michael Zappone, providing an update on Cahill’s injury. “He knows the next week is in doubt, he was a man of few words.”

Zappone provided the latest injury on Cahill’s ankle after he was seen limping to a car, on his way to hospital.

He said: “The latest news is Tim Cahill is off to hospital for a scan on his ankle.

“I spoke to the club doctor and they wanted to get him off to hospital as quickly as possible for an MRI on that ankle.

“He’s walking freely but they want to get on top of it tonight … let’s hope the results of those scans are good for the Socceroos and Tim Cahill.”

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