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Topic - Tim Cahill
Australia will be returning for its third consecutive World Cup with its toughest assignment to date - Group B matches against defending champion Spain, 2010 finalist Netherlands and Chile.
With a new coach and an unfamiliar squad, Australia is promising a return to attacking football at the World Cup in Brazil.
Australia captain Lucas Neill has been overlooked for a friendly next week against Ecuador as coach Ange Postecoglou looks to audition new faces ahead of the World Cup.
"We just got to believe in ourselves," said midfielder Tim Cahill, who entered in the second half for his first appearance in three matches since injuring his hamstring in the first half against Chivas USA on March 30. "We found our feet today. We found three points. This is the beginning of our season."
"The first half was some of the greatest football I've ever seen from the Socceroos, and I've been around for a long time," he said.