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With no competitive game for either team before September, the managers of both the teams will be looking to test the depth of their squad when South Korea play Australia in an international friendly match at Busan Asiad Stadium.


It will be South Korea’ 3rd game after the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, with both of those games ending in wins.
Australia meanwhile are preparing for their first game since that tournament.
Match Details:
This International Friendly match will be played between South Korea and Australia at Busan Asiad Stadium, in Busan, South Korea. The ground has a capacity of 53,864.
The game will start at 04:30 PM (IST), on Friday, June 07.

Broadcast details:

Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast International Friendlies matches in India. Premier members can also enjoy the live action on the official SonyLiv App.

Recent form (Last six matches)

South Korea – W W W L W W
Australia – L L W W W L

South Korea Team News:

South Korea head coach Paulo Bento named a 25-man squad for the games against Australia and Iran.
The country’s biggest football star Son Heung-Min is in the squad. Though, due to his involvement in the Champions League final, the Tottenham playmaker may start on the bench.
South Korea does boast a talented roster with most of their players playing in some top leagues in the world.
Gamba Osaka Centre-back Kim Young-Gwon and forward Hwang Ui-jo will bring quality to the squad, and we expect both of them to start here.
Other notable players in the squad are Hwang Hee-chan ( Red Bull Salzburg ), Hwang In-beom ( Vancouver White Caps ) Lee, Lee Jae-sung ( Holstein Kiel).
In Kim Tae-hwan (Ulsan Hyundai) and Son Jun-ho (Jeonbuk Hyundai), we have two first-timers in South Korea squad.
Lee Jeong-hyeop has made to the national team as well for the first time in two years, and no doubt will be looking for a chance to shine.
Midfielder Jung Woo-young, who plays for Al Sadd in Qatar, misses out due to an injury.
Girona midfielder Paik Seung-ho and Hellas Verona midfielder Lee Seung-woo, who are the team’s youngest players at 22 and 21, made the cut as well. It’s worth noting that Seung-woo has 10 caps, while Paik is still looking for his first cap for the country.

Possible ins or outs of this game:

Kim Tae-hwan‘s form for Ulsan Hyundai means he is a viable option at right-back. However, Kim Moon-hwan, who started South Korea’s last game at this position is in the squad as well and will be pushing to hold onto his place.
If Son Heung-min doesn’t start, expect the manager to name Lee Jeong-hyeop as a striker here. In that case, Lee and Hwang Ui-jo will be tasked with the burden of scoring goals.
Kim Moon-hwan and Kim Tae-hwan are options to fill in for injured Jung Woo-young in the playing 11.

Probable XI: Jo Hyeon-woo (GK), Kim Moon-hwan / Kim Tae-hwan, Kim Min-jae, Kim Young-gwon, Hong Chul, Kim Moon-hwan, Lee Jae-sung, Hwang In-beom, Lee Chung-yong, Hwang Ui-jo, Son Heung-min / Lee Jeong-hyeop


Australia Head coach Graham Arnold has gone full domestic for his next squad. He has selected as many as 11 players from the A-League, while six players are set to earn their first international call-up.
But first, the big name players who missed out on the trip to South Korea are perhaps the biggest known stars in Australian football fraternity at the moment.
Rested. Brighton & Hove Albion Goalkeeper Matt Ryan. Image Credit Roar.
Mark Milligan, who captained the side in the Asian Cup, Brighton & Hove Albion keeper Matt Ryan, Huddersfield midfielder Aaron Mooy, Hertha midfielder Mathew Leckie and PSV Eindhoven defender Trent Sainsbury have all been spared the trip after European club campaigns, made more difficult by the mid-season Asian Cup.
In terms of first-timers, Lawrence Thomas, Brandon O’Neill, Ryan Williams, Harry Souttar and Brandon Borrello will be looking to make their debut here.
Former Liverpool left-back Brad Smith – on loan at Seattle Sounders from Bournemouth – is back in Australian color for the first time since October 2017

Probable XI: Redmayne (GK), Smith / Behich, Williams, Spiranovic, Thomas deng / Rhyan Grant, O’Neill, Amini, Antonis, Duke, Mabil, Taggart

AUS vs KOR Dream11 Team:

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