Holger Osieck has a battalion of stars looking to claim green and gold Qantas Socceroos jerseys, but not everyone can get a start, who would make your eleven?
Three big games in three big weeks - as club seasons come to an end, there are plenty of Qantas Socceroos regulars and hopefuls available for selection when Australia take on Denmark, Oman and Japan. Who do you think is going to make the cut?
Osieck has made it clear that he-s picking his squad on form, not reputation, so it should be a squad of those who are playing regular, first-team football. And with almost all players free from club commitments, there-s plenty of opportunity for speculation...
With the Hyundai A-League season long gone, it-s fair to say it-s unlikely any domestic players will make Osieck-s squads this time round.
We do have Brisbane Roar, Central Coast Mariners and Adelaide United competing in the AFC Champions League - is there anyone from these teams you can see making the cut? Perhaps Roar midfielder Erik Paartalu or Mariners goalkeeper Mat Ryan could be blooded at this level?
Our Aussies in Asia are still in the thick of it, however, and we have plenty of talent on that continent.
In Japan, Alex Brosque, Matthew Spiranovic, Josh Kennedy and Mark Milligan have all been featuring regularly for their respective club sides.
Elsewhere in Asia, Matt McKay and Luke DeVere are playing regularly in Korea but Sasa Ognenovski is battling injury concerns, while David Carney could be a strong pick for a return to the green and gold if he continues his first-team football with Uzbek club Bunyodkor.
Lucas Neill and Mark Bresciano are enjoying successful seasons in the Middle East, with “Bresh” looking back to his best when he starred for the Qantas Socceroos against Saudi Arabia in February.
Then, of course, there are the European-based players. Tim Cahill, Mark Schwarzer and Chris Herd are all at the end of hectic English Premier League seasons, while goalkeeper Adam Federici will join them next year after securing promotion with Reading. Brett Holman will also be in the frame, after an excellent season with AZ Alkmaar earned a transfer to EPL side Aston Villa.
Elsewhere, Rhys Williams Mile Jedinak, Scott McDonald and Neill Kilkenny, have all starred for the teams this season and will be hoping they were able to catch the Holger-s eye.
On the continent, Tommy Oar, Michael Zullo and Adam Sarota have struggled to get first-team football at FC Utrecht, while Carl Valeri is close to winning promotion to Italy-s Serie A with Sassulo. Two Qantas Socceroo hopefuls could go head-to-head in Germany as Nikita Rukavytsya's Hertha Berlin go up against Robbie Kruse's Fortuna Dusseldorf for a spot in the Bundesliga.
And SønderjyskE goalkeeper Nathan Coe, as Australia-s only representative in Denmark, will be hoping to get a call before the Qantas Socceroos play in Copenhagen on 2 June.
That-s some list - we-ve pretty much got a full berth of Australian players to choose from - so who do you think Holger Osieck should select over the next few weeks? Have your say below...