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 By Jason Dasey

Okazaki, Mooy light up Premier League, target World Cup qualification

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look ahead to Japan's clash against Australia in AFC World Cup qualifying.
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner hopes to keep Manchester City loanee Aaron Mooy in the newly-promoted side for next season.

They're two of the in-form players of the Premier League, and will come face-to-face on the international stage when Japan hosts Australia in a crucial World Cup qualifier next week.

But both Shinji Okazaki and Aaron Mooy, with three goals between them in the first two weeks of the English season, may still need to convince their respective national coaches after some underwhelming performances on the road to Russia 2018.

Okazaki has sat on the bench for all but one of Japan's last five qualifying...

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Sam Kerr sparks Matildas' rout of Japan at Tournament of Nations

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Samantha Kerr scored a first-half hat trick to lift Australia to their second straight Tournament of Nations victory.

Sam Kerr has fired the Matildas to a second consecutive win at the Tournament of Nations, scoring a hat trick in the first half of Australia's 4-2 defeat of Japan.

The West Australian scored her first international hat trick as the Australian women's soccer team came from behind to defeat their great regional rivals.

Kerr was irrepressible, combining pace and lethal finishing.

The win -- Australia's heaviest over the Nadeshiko in 32 years -- followed the Matildas' first-ever defeat of world champions...

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FIFA approves Saudi Arabia-Japan move, Australia made to wait

Australia may not know its 2018 World Cup fate until the morning after their must-win clash against Thailand.

Owing to time differences and expected scorching temperatures in Western Asia, FIFA has determined the final round of Asian Group B qualifiers due to be played on Tuesday, Sept. 5 will not kick off simultaneously.

That could mean a nervous wait -- or a sleepless night -- for fans hoping for certainty from Australia's match against Thailand, which will be played at 8 p.m. local time at Melbourne's...