But it depends also on the development of the game when we have substituted three players maybe who are on that first five, then we have to have our alternatives as well.

I don't know if they will want to attack.

A lot of preparation has been done. We are under no illusions about the task ahead of us. As fifth-placed finisher in South America, Uruguay are a powerhouse in world football.

We just have to see what damage is done physically, ... but mentally I'm very proud of the boys. I have a long flight to think what we can do tactically. It's in our hands, but I expect Uruguay to come to Sydney to defend - and they are a team which knows how to defend.

It was a huge challenge because we had not that much time to prepare.

I've now had the opportunity to work with this group of players a few times and we continue to make improvements.

We (the coaching staff) make the decision - I'd like to talk to my group of technical people and we make the in-principle decision.

We have picked a squad that is flexible and will be able to adapt.

That list is already in my mind.