Socceroos trying to ‘bounce back’ at World Cup against Tunisia after French drubbing | The World

Socceroos trying to 'bounce back' at world cup against tunisia after french drubbing | the world

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It’s been a week of action on and off the field at the FIFA World Cup: from surprise wins to controversies surrounding political expression. Host of the ABC’s “Ticket To Qatar” Tracey Holmes tells The World the Socceroos are also in a good headspace ahead of their match against Tunisia.

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