Here we go!
Socorro is on Uzbekistan in the decisive round of the 16th edition of the Asian Cup.
If they win, they go through. If he loses, he will exit the tournament.
Here's what you need to know in our Ultimate Guide!
Match Center: Australia v Uzbekistan
Fixture list: Full Asian Cool schedule with full time
Final Guide: Group by group preview
Coach: Graham Arnold
Coach: Hector Copper
Australia 3, Uzbekistan 0, Draw 0
When and where is that?
The blockbuster collision will take place Tuesday at 1 am on Tuesday at Khalifa bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain.
How can you see it?
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Socceroos: Australia argues in the tournament's best performance in the Asia Cup knockout stage. Winger Matthew Lekey is close to full fitness and will be available on the bench for the first time in the tournament. Josh Ridgun (Grone) should also be available, but Ryan Grant will be on the right. Andrew Nabbout (Groin) may close the bench but live under the injured cloud. The return to suspension of Trans Sansbury will result in the only change in Arnold's opening XI that will return to the midfield with Mark Milligan and go back to the Maximo Loughgo Benchmark.
Uzbekistan: They conquered Oman and Turkmenistan before losing to Japan in the final match of Japan. Senior Argentine coach Hector Krupar rested many players, including key midfielder Odil Akhmedov and defender Anjur Ismailov. Stryker Elder Shomurodov has so far scored four goals in the tournament, including a winner against Oman and a bright personal effort against Japan.
Goalkeepers: Matt Ryan (Brighton and Howe Albion), Danny Wiukovic (KRC Janak), Mitch Langarak (Nagoya Grammus)
Defenders: Aziz Beckhard (PSV Eindhoven), Milos Djeneck (Red Star Belgrade), Alex Gersbach (Rosenborg BK), Ryan Grant (Sydney FC), Matthew Jurmain (Al-Etihad Jeddah), Josh Residen (Western Sydney Wanders), Trent Sansbury Eindhoven)
Midfielders: Mustafa Amini (AGF Aarhus), Jackson Irwin (Hull City), James Jaggo (FK Austria ViN), Massimo Loungo (Queens Park Rangers), Mark Milligan (Hibernian FC), Tom Rugby (Celtic FC)
Next: Apostolos Gianoau (AEK Larnaca), Chris Iconomidides (Perth Glory), Robbie Cruz (VFL Bochum), Matthew Lackey (Hrtha BSc), Ever Mabil (FC Middleland), Jamie McLaren (Hibernian FC), Andrew Nabbert (Ura Red Diamond)
Goalkeepers: Ignati Nesteva (Lokotovic Tashkent), Sanger Quavatov (Nasaf Karshi), Uteik Yusupov (Kokand 1912)
Defenders: Akmal Shauhomov (Adhiktor Tashkent), Dostanabek Tursunov (Renfi Yamaguchi), Farrukh Saffefov (Adhaktor Tashkent), Anjur Ismilov (Lokmoht Tashkent), Devron Hashimov (Navohhara Namangan), Oleg Zoteev (Lokmovish Tashkent), Agor Crimits (Adhaktor Tashkent), Islam Tuchkhand Dajve (Lokmovi Tashkent)
Midfielders: Ekomogen Albeve (Soul), Odil Ahmed (Shanghai SIPG)
Jolohidin Musharipov (Adhaktor Tashkent), Azizbek Turgubenbev (Nawahor Namangan), Fozil Musseve (Jubileo Iwata), Doostonback Sandwich (Anzhi Makhachkala), Otabek Shokrov (al-Sharjah), Javohir Siddikov (Kokand 1912), Odilon Humorobakov (Nasof Karshi)
Next: Sardar Rashidov (Nasional), Marat Bickmev (Lokmötte Tashkent), Elder Shomrodov (Roostov)