Oday Dabbagh, born in Jerusalem and plays in Belgium will be the main threat to the Socceroos’ defense in Kuwait. Dabbagh is arguably Palestine’s most impressive talent, and he shapes as their biggest goal threat in the upcoming World Cup qualifier. At 24, Dabbagh played in the Palestinian and Kuwaiti leagues before moving to Europe with Portuguese club Arouca, then Belgian Pro League club Charleroi. He is known for his ability to score goals, and has been described as a prodigy by his teammates. Dabbagh will face the Socceroos at Kuwait’s Jaber Al-Ahmed International Stadium, and Socceroos centre-back Harry Souttar will not be underestimating him. Dabbagh made his international debut as a 19-year-old in 2018 and has become a more established player since then. He has scored three goals and notched two assists this season in Belgium, and is considered the biggest star of Palestine. Goalkeeper Amr Kaddoura hopes that Dabbagh can continue to show his talent and represent Palestine on the international stage.