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Argentina vs Australia: Argentina prepare for a stunning Round of 16 against Australia

Argentina and Lionel Messi continue their hunt for football’s greatest prize, but meet a resilient Australian side in a delightful Round of 16 in Qatar.

After overcoming a poor game against Saudi Arabia, Argentina managed to win their remaining matches against Mexico and Poland to secure a spot in the Round of 16. The Albiceleste now want to continue their winning streak and defeat Australia to continue their quest for glory.

Argentina vs Australia – Once again, all eyes would be on Lionel Messi to lead Argentina to victory with a brilliant performance. Another bright spot for Argentina would be that they have beaten Australia in their last 4 encounters, a streak that Lionel Scaloni hopes to continue with his team.

Considering the difference in quality between the two teams, this would be a must for the Australian team. The Socceroos surprised the world by qualifying in a competitive group. But despite the difference in stature, the World Cup in Qatar has already produced impressive results and Australia could certainly shock the world by beating Argentina.

Probable compositions between Argentina and Australia
Argentina XI (4-3-3): E. Martinez; Molina, Otamendi, Romero, Tagliafico; Mac Allister, Fernandez, De Paul; Alvarez, Messi, DiMaria

Australia XI (4-1-4-1): Ryan; Karacic, Souttar, Rowles, Behich; mooy; Leckie, Irvine, McGree, Goodwin; duke

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Argentina vs Australia – The 41-year-old is a Polish referee. He has experience in charge of matches in the Euro Cup, UEFA Champions League, Ekstraklasa – Poland’s top division – and the FIFA World Cup.

Marciniak joined the FIFA panel in 2011 at the age of 30, when he refereed Europa League matches. He captained his first Champions League match in 2012 and made his international debut at Euro 2016.

This is Marciniak’s second World Cup and he is known for leading matches with an iron fist. At the 2018 World Cup, he captained two matches. This will be his second match at the World Cup in Qatar. He oversaw the Group D match between France and Denmark. He booked three players in that match.

In this year’s Champions League, he captained three games – Dinamo Zagreb against AC Milan, Barcelona against Inter Milan and Marseille against Tottenham Hotspur – and booked 11 players.


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