Australia

form

All
NZL 0 - 2 AUS
W
AUS 1 - 0 NZL
W
AUS * 0 - 0 PER
W
UAE 1 - 2 AUS
W
AUS 2 - 1 JOR
W
KSA 1 - 0 AUS
L
AUS 0 - 2 JPN
L
OMA 2 - 2 AUS
D
AUS 4 - 0 VIE
W
CHN 1 - 1 AUS
D
New Zealand

form

All
NZL 0 - 2 AUS
L
AUS 1 - 0 NZL
L
CRC 1 - 0 NZL
L
OMA 0 - 0 NZL
D
PER 1 - 0 NZL
L
SOL 0 - 5 NZL
W
NZL 1 - 0 TAH
W
NZL 7 - 1 NCL
W
NZL 4 - 0 FIJ
W
NZL 2 - 0 GAM
W
Head to Head
8 Matches (0 Draws)
8 Total wins 0
6 Home wins 0
2 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
5 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
NZL 0 - 2 AUS
AUS 1 - 0 NZL
AUS 3 - 0 NZL
AUS 2 - 1 NZL
AUS 1 - 0 NZL
9 Goals Scored 1
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Australia have won seven of their last eight men’s ‘A’ internationals against New Zealand (L1), including their last four in succession; the last and only time the Socceroos enjoyed a longer winning run against the All Whites was a 10-match span from June 1933 to September 1948.
  2. Australia have lost only one of their last nine men’s internationals at Suncorp Stadium (W5, D3), a 1-0 defeat to Korea Republic (17 January 2015); the Socceroos have led at halftime on the day in just two of the matches in that span.
  3. New Zealand are winless in their last three men’s internationals (D1, L2), after winning eight of their nine games prior (L1).
  4. Martin Boyle (Australia) created seven scoring chances in the AFC World Cup Qualifiers in 2022; only Korea Republic’s Jae-Sung Lee (11) logged more in this category.
  5. Australia’s Ajdin Hrustic (10) and Martin Boyle (10) were fouled more times than any other players in the AFC World Cup Qualifiers in 2022.
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