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Australia v/s Denmark: winner takes it all

Australia and Denmark will conclude their World Cup group stage campaigns when they line up against each other at the Al Janoub Stadium on Wednesday. With France already through from Group D, this has vitally become a winner-takes-all game. Australia holds the favouring position heading into this fixture, after their victory over Tunisia in Saturday's early game, shifting them into second with four points. That day marked Australia's third-ever World Cup victory, and their first since 2010 when they defeated Serbia in South Africa.

Australia gained lead against both France and Tunisia inside the opening quarter of the game, and in the latter, it was the first time they have ever led at half-time in a World Cup match. It would be an achievement for the Socceroos to make it through given they required to triumph in two sets of playoffs to get to Qatar, after bagging just one of their final seven AFC qualifiers.
 

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