Cahill has 105 caps for Australia and is the country’s leading goal scorer, but has struggled for form and match time in recent months.
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Tim Cahill will have a chance to score a goal in his fourth consecutive World Cup for Australia.Cahill has 105 caps for Australia and is the country's leading goal scorer, but has struggled for form and match time in recent months.Only three players have scored goals in four World Cups – Pele and German strikers Uwe Seeler and Miroslav Klose.Daniel Arzani, 19, is joined by Dimitri Petratos and Josh Risdon as the only three A-League players in the squad, while Mark Milligan also made the World Cup squad for the fourth consecutive time.
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