Football Federation Australia and the Korea Football Association have announced Australia will play Korea Republic in an international friendly in Hwaseong on November 14 (9pm AEDT).
This will be the 25th match between Korea and the Socceroos, the last of which was in Qatar in the group phase of the 2011 AFC Asian Cup that ended in an enthralling 1-1 draw.
Socceroos coach Holger Osieck is looking to use the match against the Koreans to fine tune his team for the remainder of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign.
"This will be another important game as part of our preparation for the second phase of this round of qualifiers," said Osieck.
"We are now at the halfway mark and we need to focus on our remaining qualification matches.
"It's always a challenge to face the Korea Republic, who are currently sitting at the top of their group, and the match will serve as a good comparison test for us," concluded Osieck.
The Socceroos are currently ranked 34th in the FIFA World Rankings and sit in second position of Group B at the half way point of the final round of World Cup qualifiers.
Korea is currently 25th by FIFA and sits top of Group A in its World Cup qualifying group.
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