Bailey Wright says Australia are ready for anything when they take on Saudi Arabia in a vital 2018 World Cup qualifier in Adelaide.
The defender insists there's no extra pressure on Ange Postecoglou's side, though.
Australia are unbeaten in their qualifying group but are in third spot, three points behind the second-placed Saudis.
If they beat Bert van Marwijk's team at Adelaide Oval on 8th June they would have every chance of securing a top-two finish that would take them through to the finals in Russia.
But anything less than a victory would leave the Socceroos almost certainly heading towards the third-place playoff.
Bailey said: "Pressure can be determined in many different ways, but when you're playing for your country every game's important. Every time you cross that white line you want to go out there and put in a performance and get the result."
The Socceroos have won two of their three home games so far in Group B, only dropping points in a 1-1 draw against leaders Japan last October in Melbourne.
Wright, who was on the bench for the 2-2 draw with the Saudis in Jeddah that same month, said the Socceroos hadn't been at their best in that game.
The visitors are expected to be conservative tactically in Adelaide and focus on the counter-attack.
Wright said: "They might sit in, they might come at us. Who knows, we'll prepare for everything.
"That's football. I'm sure these teams coming to Australia know it's not going to be easy."
Australia are 4/9 to beat Saudi Arabia, who are 13/2 with the draw 16/5.
The Socceroos are 6/1 to win 1-0.
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