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The African aspect lined up in a 3-4-2-1 formation as they held Denmark to a goalless draw within the opening match in Group D.
Kewell, who’s presently an assistant to Celtic supervisor Ange Postecoglou, sat down with SBS Sport to have a look at how the Socceroos ought to strategy Tunisia from a tactical perspective.
Within the occasion the Eagles of Carthage utilise the identical formation as they did in opposition to Denmark, Kewell believes Australia shouldn’t play a central striker, however as a substitute choose an additional midfielder with two wingers sitting excessive.
“I’m barely completely different, I prefer to be inventive in the best way that I feel,” Kewell advised SBS Sport.
Kewell believes his tactical strategy to enjoying in opposition to a again three would permit the Socceroos to outnumber Tunisia in key attacking areas,
There’s hypothesis the African aspect might revert to a 4-3-3 formation and go for a extra attacking strategy, with the successful group in a powerful place to succeed in the knockout stage.
“That is the sport each groups have to win,” Kewell mentioned.
“I imagine (4-3-3) that that is extra of a formation that they are going to adapt.”
If Graham Arnold units up the Socceroos in his most popular 4-2-3-1 formation, Kewell mentioned the results of 1 on 1 duels will likely be important to figuring out the end result.
“The one factor Mitchell Duke should do and he does it effectively as a result of he’s an quaint striker, no matter aspect the ball is on, he have to be on that aspect.”
Ajdin Hrustic is looming as a sure starter after lacking the opening recreation by harm whereas Jamie Maclaren may very well be in line to begin up entrance.
“If we go along with somebody like Maclaren, he’s bought the motion, he’s bought the thought and I fairly like that.”
“The one factor that defenders don’t like, is operating again in the direction of targets.”
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Group D – Tunisia v Australia
7:30pm – 11:30pm (AEDT) – kickoff at 09.00pm
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