Western Sydney striker Mitchell Duke has been called up to the Socceroos squad following an injury to Apostolos Giannou.
Striker Giannou, who plays for Cypriot top-flight side AEK Larnaca, has been forced to withdraw from Australia's squad for Friday's World Cup qualifier against Jordan due to a minor injury.
Duke, 29, has been in fine form for the Wanderers, scoring four goals in the opening five games of the A-League season.
Graham Arnold's Socceroos top Group B with three wins from as many qualifiers but will face their toughest test against the Jordanians, who siut second, in Amman.
Duke returned to Australia in January after four years in Japan with Shimizu S-Pulse, where he played more 89 league matches, all but seven of them in the top flight.
He has won five caps for Australia since making his Socceroos debut in a scoreless draw against South Korea in 2013.
The former Central Coast Mariners player scored his first international goal in a 3-2 defeat to Japan five days later in Seoul and scored again in his next match as Australia lost 3-2 to China at Jamsil Olympic Stadium.
After an absence of some six year, Duke returned to national team duty in the Socceroos clash with South Korea in June.
Australia play Jordan in Amman on Friday, kicking off at 3am AEDT.