Danny Vukovic will be the last player to arrive in Australia’s pre-World Cup training camp in Turkey, after his club Genk secured a place in the Belgian Europa League play-off overnight.
Vukovic was in goal as Genk won 2-1 away to Anderlecht in the Belgian First Division A, sealing fifth place and a play-off against either Zulte Waregem or Lokeren.
The play-off final will be played in Genk on Sunday 27 May, with Vukovic to head to Turkey immediately afterwards to link up with the squad in camp, which begun on Sunday.
Mile Jedinak will also arrive late in camp with Aston Villa to play Fulham in the English Championship promotion play-off on Saturday 26 May.
The Japanese and Korean domestic leagues finished up for the mid-season break over the weekend, with Milos Degenek, Matt Jurman and Andrew Nabbout now free to head to Turkey.
Europe-based quintet Tomi Juric, Trent Sainsbury, Aziz Behich, Fran Karacic and Tom Rogic all concluded club commitments over the weekend.
Juric was absent again for Luzern in Switzerland with a back complaint which has ruled him out for the past month.
IM ON THE ROAD AGAIN!— Trent Sainsbury (@Tsainsbury92) May 20, 2018
Final game of the season done, now time to fly out to Turkey for pre World Cup camp. Feeling the buzz to be meeting up with the extended family once more. @Socceroos 💯💪🏼🤘🏼 🇦🇺 🇹🇷 🇷🇺