One reason for this is certainly the individual quality of the Oceanians in this duel. Like their opponents, the “Socceroos” – whose name was renamed “Olyroos” due to the Olympic Games – rely on players from the domestic league.
Coach Graham Arnold can therefore not fall back on such a large talent pool as his counterpart. Even if you have Harry Souttar and Riley McGree players in the squad who have second division experience in England, there are hardly any real stars.
The Australians will only be able to reach the next round with a lot of luck in a difficult group for them with Egypt, Spain and Argentina.
Before the tournament, the “Olyroos” tested against their neighbors from New Zealand, who also take part in the Olympic Games.
In a balanced game, the Arnold-Elf sat down thanks to a remarkable goal from center forward Mitch Duke.
According to the goal betting odds of the Football bookmaker In the Argentina Australia tip, it cannot be assumed that both teams will score goals in this game.