• Mile Jedinak’s deflected free-kick gives Australia an important lead against Honduras
  • Friday’s leg finished -, departing the tie delicately-balanced in Sydney
  • Australia are trying to achieve their 4th consecutive finals in Russia
  • Honduras planning to be eligible for a another finals consecutively after 2010 and 2014 

The match kicks-off at 9am United kingdom time and you may follow full live coverage with ADAM SHERGOLD. 

It’s all regulated or free for Australia and Honduras because they meet within the second leg of the World Cup inter-continental play-off in Sydney.

The very first leg last Friday ended goalless despite Australia to be the better side plus they are in possession of for the task at Sydney’s Olympic Stadium to achieve their 4th consecutive World Cup finals.

Honduras are wishing to really make it to some third straight finals and can start as underdogs within the second leg.

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