[World Cup] Key Player Review: Australia – Mile Jedinak

By the end of Crystal Palace’s remarkable campaign, there were various star performers—but until the Tony Pulis-inspired turnaround became evident, when Palace were relegation dead certs, only Jedinak was impressing.

He’ll have to draw upon that experience this summer because his international side are in a similar position.

Arguably the side least likely to qualify from their group, Australia must compensate for their lack of true technical quality with sheer energy, hoping they can cause problems with their stamina and work rate.

Jedinak epitomises this, and having led the Premier League in terms of both tackles and interceptions last season, he is a one-man ball-winning machine.



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