POLL: Which Hyundai A-League stars will make Ange’s 30-man squad?

Ange Postecoglou will name his preliminary 30-man squad on Wednesday for next month’s make-or-break Intercontinental Playoff against Honduras to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

With the Hyundai A-League now in full swing, a host of players are putting their hand up to earn selection in arguably the national team’s biggest qualifiers since 2005.

We want you to tell us which of these Hyundai A-League stars should make Ange’s 30-man squad.

Cast your vote at the bottom of the page!


The versatile Williams has been one of Melbourne Victory’s best over the opening three rounds.

Equally effective in defence or midfield, the 29-year-old could be a handy inclusion against the speedy Hondurans.

Rhys Williams' form and versatility could work in his favour.


The Sydney FC star, who was in the frame for the 2014 FIFA World Cup squad, is in career-best form and looks tailor-made for international football in Ange’s system.

Brillante is superb technically, has a big engine and doesn’t lose too many tackles, while he can produce goals from midfield (as we saw in Saturday night’s Sydney Derby)

Josh Brillante celebrates his goal in the Sydney Derby.


If it wasn’t for a tough run with injuries, Herd would already have a lot of international caps to his name.

Has settled in beautifully in Western Sydney Wanderers’ midfield and looms as a legitimate option for Postecoglou in these do-or-die encounters.

Chris Herd


You can never have too many goalscorers in your squad and Taggart is a genuine finisher.

The Perth Glory striker, who started against Spain at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, has scored three goals in his last two games in the Hyundai A-League.

Adam Taggart