Australia vs Indonesia Asian Cup live stream: predictions, tips, odds and team news
Australia take on Indonesia with a place in the Asian Cup quarter-finals on the line on Sunday at 11:30am (UK time).
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Australia vs Indonesia odds
*Odds correct as of 14:00 on January 27
The last 16 of the 2023 Asian Cup begins with Australia taking on Indonesia, and the Socceroos are hoping to extend a current streak in the competition. Participating in the Asian Cup for just the fifth time, having been part of the Oceania confederation before, Australia have never failed to reach the quarter-finals. There have been two knockouts at the quarter-final stage, including four years ago, as well their runners-up finish in 2011 and — of course — when they won the tournament in 2015. Australia went unbeaten in the group stage this year, finishing top with two wins and one draw, being held by Uzbekistan in their final match.
Indonesia, meanwhile, are also in their fifth Asian Cup but this is a first. In their previous four appearances, all coming between 1996 and 2007 (co-hosting at the latter), Indonesia fell at the group stage with just two wins from their 12 matches. This year, they’ve only added one more win to take it to three from 15, but it was enough. Beating Vietnam in their second game, sandwiched between defeats to Iraq and Japan, Indonesia’s three points was enough to be among the four best third-placed teams, albeit fourth.
Australia vs Indonesia predictions
Australia vs Indonesia: Predictions
|13/10 with Star Sports
|Australia 2-1 Indonesia
|9/1 with BetGoodwin
|9/1 with Unibet
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The stats behind our Australia vs Indonesia predictions:
- Indonesia scored in all three of their Asian Cup group stage games.
- Australia have won 13 of the 16 games against Indonesia.
- Australia are unbeaten in their last seven matches.
- Indonesia have lost six of their last eight games.
Australia vs Indonesia match tip
There won’t be many last 16 ties at a major international tournament more one-sided in terms of who people expect to win, and it will certainly go down as a shock if Australia are knocked out. However, this is tournament football and Indonesia can make things nervy. Indonesia have scored in all three of their Asian Cup games so far at the tournament, though they left it late to get a consolation against Japan last time out.
Australia vs Indonesia team news
Australia team news
Australia came through their final group game unscathed have rotated slightly, so should return to full strength here.They will also be hoping Mitchell Duke is available after he missed the draw with Uzbekistan due to injury.
Indonesia team news
|Egy Maulana Vikri
Egy Maulana Vikri had to be taken off on a stretcher in the defeat to Japan and will surely miss this match.
Australia vs Indonesia head-to-head record
- 3 March 2010 – Australia 1-0 Indonesia – Asian Cup qualifying
- 18 January 2009 – Indonesia 0-0 Australia – Asian Cup qualifying
- 29 March 2005 – Australia 3-0 Indonesia – Friendly
- 14 August 1992 – Indonesia 0-3 Australia – Independence Cup
- 25 August 1990 – Indonesia 0-3 Australia – Paia Kemerdeka
Australia have won 13 of their 16 games against Indonesia, only losing once. However, this will be their first meeting since 2010.