Australia will concede, that's almost certain. What they need to do is look to score in Montevideo and I'm quite confident in their ability to do that. Even a two goal loss won't be all that bad if they score. Uruguay are very capable of scoring (as should be the case when you're fielding four out-and-out forwards), but they're not the defensive colussus they were four years ago. Far from it. Their lightweight and ordinary central midfield is one area in which the Soceroos could take BIG advantage (especially on the counter-attack), considering they have so many good attacking midfielders. This is going to be one hell of a tussle. I'm particularly looking forward to Viduka v Montero, now that Dukes won't be so isloated and ineffective like last time. Oh, and as dangerous as Recoba can be, he can also be very selfish and I have doubts regarding his match fitness and sharpness. Guus Hiddink makes a big thing about controlling and taking the game to the opposition. The very tough circumstances in the away leg will test how faithful he is to that style of play, but encouragingly he adopted it in one of the most difficult circumstances in club football - away to AC Milan in the CL semi-finals last season (and it worked wonderfully well, apart from the finishing). I'd be much more downbeat if they were playing the deciding second leg not at home but in Montevideo, like last time.