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SOCCEROOS goalkeeper Mat Ryan says Australia will need to play the three games of their lives to progress from a tough group at the World Cup in Russia.

Bert van Marwijk’s side open their account against tournament fancies and 1998 champions France on June 16 before tricky pool matches against Denmark and Peru.

Speaking on the BBC to Mark Schwarzer, Brighton gloveman Ryan said the Socceroos are well aware of the task ahead of them.

“We’re under no illusion that we’re going to have to play the three biggest games of our lives if we do want to progress in the tournament,” he said.

“I wouldn’t be a footballer if I wasn’t confident in my personal ability and the team, that we can be competitive, but saying it and doing it are two different things, so it’s going to be up to us come crunch time to go and walk the walk.”

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