After beating favourites Australia twice at home in the last two occasions, the big question is can they make it three tonight in Amman?
Jordan face Australia in a top of the table Group B clash with the Nashama currently two points behind the unbeaten Kangaroos.
Jordan currently have seven points following wins over Nepal, Chinese Taipei and draw with Kuwait, but a win would take them a point clear of their illustrious opponents tonight who have won three from three.
Overall, the pair have met five times with Jordan winning three to Australia’s two.
“We are ready for Australia,” said Jordan Head Coach, Vital Borkelmans. “We know that we are facing one of the strongest in Asia, but we have a big home crowd behind us and we are confident we can beat them again.”
The match kicks off at 6pm at King Abdullah II Stadium.