(L) Spain's midfielder Andres Iniesta and (R) Australia's striker Tim Cahill. (AFP PHOTO / FILES / MARTIN BERNETTI / KARIM JAAFAR)
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Once the World Cup is over, Spain are likely to call time on veterans including captain Iker Casillas who has had a miserable two games in goal.Del Bosque must decide whether he allows players like Casillas and other members of the old guard including midfielder Xavi, dropped against Chile, to make what could be a farewell World Cup appearance against Australia.Australia will have to do without their talisman Tim Cahill, scorer of a superb volley against the Dutch.Cahill, 34, picked up a second yellow card of the tournament later in the game and is suspended.
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