Australia are the highest scorers in the Asia Cup. AFP PHOTO / MAL FAIRCLOUGH
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SYDNEY: Australia coach Ange Postecoglou is certain of one thing: Saturday's Asian Cup final against South Korea is not going to run to any kind of script.With the Socceroos having lost 1-0 to the Taegeuk Warriors in a group match less than two weeks ago, the unbeaten South Koreans should perhaps be considered favorites for the match at Stadium Australia.Saturday's match pitches Australia, the most prolific attacking team in the tournament with 12 goals, against an improving South Korean team which has yet to concede in five matches.Postecoglou said there was no secret to how his team would go about trying to break down the meanest defense at the Asian Cup.Postecoglou has an injury concern over right back Ivan Franjic, who sustained a hip injury in the semifinal victory over United Arab Emirates Tuesday.
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