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07 September 2017, 02:08 | Francis Delgado
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If they had won against Iran, Syria would have gone straight through.
"Our team is ready to achieve victory and qualify Syria for the first time to the World Cup", Muwaffaq Fathallah, the chief administrator of the Syrian team, said by telephone from the Iranian capital.
Going in to Tuesday night's last Round 3 qualifier, Syria could guarantee at least a playoff spot with a win, while the game between Uzbekistan and South Korea would also play a part in determining their fate.
Last week's 2-0 loss to Japan means the Socceroos are no longer in control of their qualifying hopes and face a high-pressure encounter against Thailand in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Stand-in captain Kim Yong-Gwon sparked anger and ridicule when he complained that teammates could not hear each other against Iran because of the noise made by 63,000 screaming fans in Seoul's World Cup stadium.
Coach Ange Postecoglou, who led Australia to the Asian Cup title in 2015, brushed off questions about his future while admitting he was "not everyone's cup of tea".
"My friend's mother told me to get a seat where the ball wouldn't hit my head", said Negin Bagheri.
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