Australia's Jason Davidson (R) celebrates with teammate Mark Milligan after scoring a goal against UAE during their Asian Cup semi-final soccer match at the Newcastle Stadium in Newcastle January 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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Top-scorers Australia will try to unlock the Asian Cup's stingiest defense Saturday when they meet South Korea in a blockbuster final between two of the region's heavyweights.It could be a case of who blinks first as Australia look to be crowned kings of Asia, after defecting from Oceania in 2006, and South Korea try to end a hoodoo stretching back a staggering 55 years.Runners-up to Japan in 2011, Australia have hit 12 goals in five games and they will start as slight favorites, despite losing 1-0 to South Korea in the group phase.Cahill has netted three times so far, including a venomous overhead kick in the quarter-final win over China, and is likely to be central to the plot in one of the biggest games in Australia's history.
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