Being the lowest ranked team in this current 2014 World Cup finals, Australia looking really eager to showcase their worth and for that they even made an early preparation by becoming the first side that set foot in Brazil.
The Socceroos seemingly keen on making an early adaptation to the surroundings aside from testing out everything before they experienced tough battles in Group B where they are being paired with Spain, Netherlands and Chile.
Australia head coach, Ange Postecoglu, is hoping that his players can immediately adapt to their new surroundings and eventually prepare well for their tough World Cup games.
Meanwhile, Mile Jedinak revealed that there won’t be much problem that he and his teammates have to endure aside from the time difference, that they will hope to overcome by arriving early.
Although it may not look important for some people but Jedinak believes that time difference can cause some issues, especially regarding to the Australian players’ rest time which will be different from their usual.
Obviously, Australia are hoping that their decision to arrive early will bring more benefits for them, knowing that they’re far from being considered as favorite to even advance from their group.
It’ interesting to see though how much effect will their early adaptation can help them when facing strong footballing nations such as Spain, Chile and also Netherlands.