Australia take on Syria today in the first leg of the World Cup qualifying play-off double-header.
Aaron Mooy is set to start for the Socceroos, with Ange Postecoglou's men looking to take an away win in Malaysia back to Sydney next Tuesday.
If Australia can edge past Syria this international break, only one more two-legged play-off will stand between them and the World Cup finals in Russia next summer.
Should they get through, Mooy could become the first Town player since 1962 to represent the Terriers on the World's greatest stage - possibly along with Danish hopefuls Jonas Lossl and Mathias Zanka.
Here we'll bring you all the updates as the Town midfielder looks to help steer Australia closer to a fourth successive World Cup finals.
Here’s our match report from Australia’s clash with Syria - with a focus on Town man Aaron Mooy.
Syria 1-1 Australia.
Another Syria offside.
Australia free kick deep in their own half.
Syria with the ball now, but it’s out for a goal kick.
Superb stop from Ryan to tip over for a Syria corner.
Five more minutes.
Mooy moving forward
The Town man has been pushed forward as Australia chase a second goal.
No space for the Town man yet.
Mooy has just put in a glorious ball and Sainsbury meets it in the air, but it’s a strong palm to keep the scores level.
Poor tackle from al Masri on the right and Mooy can swing this one in.
Syria 1 (Al Somah) - 1 Australia.
Syria get a spot kick.
Rogic on for Juric.
Another one for Ryan as Syria try to force the final pass.
Leckie in the book.
Australia are camped in their half now.
That is unbelievable!
Great run down the left by the Syrian winger before the cross is put in.
The header thunder against Ryan then off the post and into the keeper’s hands.
Top save from the Brighton man.
Australia free kick as Luongo carries the ball out from the back.
Mooy at the heart of a good move for Australia, but the final ball is so poor.
A team of Aaron Mooys would have had this match out of reach by now.
Few short passes from Mooy before a teammate gives the ball away.
Australia not keeping hold of the ball well enough.
Syria throwing everything at Australia now.
The visitors have not been able to get the ball down recently.
Australia can clear their lines.
Great ball in from Kharbin, but Degenek produces an excellent defensive header.
Kruse off for Luongo. Good decision.
Syria get the call against them.
The first corner is nodded out for another.
The shot is deflected and wrong-foots Ryan, but it drops on the other side of the post.
It’s half-cleared by Australia, but they give away another free kick in a perfect position outside the area...
The home side carry the ball upfield and earn a free kick by the Australia byline.