Ange Postecoglou's men are being heavily backed to cruise in both of their next two matches despite missing several key personnel, including captain Mile Jedinak
Punters and bookmakers may not have learned from Australia's tight win over Kyrgyzstan in June, with the Socceroos close to unbackable favourites for their next two World Cup qualifying matches.
Ange Postecoglou's Asian Cup winners took an early lead but had to battle hard to earn a 2-1 win in Bishkek in their last match, having been pushed all the way by their underdog opponents.
Coming up next is a match at home to Bangladesh in Perth on Thursday, where the hosts are paying just$1.02 at bet365.
The visitors are a huge $41 to cause an upset at nib Stadium, with the draw paying $17.
Such is the extent the away team are being written off that you can get $11 on there being less than 2.5 goals in the game.
And the odds are only slightly more generous for Australia's trip to Dushanbe five days later. The Socceroos are $1.14 to win in Tajikistan, where the hosts are $17 and the draw is available at $7.50.
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