Australia are looking to spark something special ina country where football often takes a backseat by reaching the knockout stages of the World Cup for the first time since 2006.
Forward Mathew Leckie said he hoped the 2022 vintage could produce something similar to that of the golden generation from 16 years ago.
“We’ve always believed that we can create something special,” Leckie told a news conference on Tuesday.
“When the Socceroos got out of the group in ‘06 I was a proud fan and now we have the opportunity to be players and do that.”
Australia need to beat the Danes to guarantee a place in the last 16, but a draw would suffice if Tunisia are unable to beat already-qualified France in the other Group D match.