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The Socceroos are ready to do whatever it takes to book a place in a fifth-straight World Cup when they face New Zealand on Tuesday morning (4am AEST) - even if that means a penalty shootout.

Costa Rica may be just 90 minutes away from a fifth consecutive World Cup appearance — if they can win against New Zealand in the final World Cup play-off match, beginning from 4am (AEST) on Tuesday morning.

It's all on the line Monday when Costa Rica and New Zealand face off in a 2022 World Cup qualifying intercontinental final for one of the two spots left for Qatar 2022. Costa Rica dispatched the United Arab Emirates 2-1 on Tuesday to advance from the Asian Football Confederation, while New Zealand finished fifth in CONMEBOL qualifying. Costa Rica has reached the past four World Cups, even advancing to the knockout stage in 2006, but it failed to win a group-stage match in 2018. One of its losses was to New Zealand, which was making its first appearance since 1982. The New Zealandvians won that 2018 match 2-0, and it is the only head-to-head meeting between the teams all-time. Monday's match will be played at Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar.

Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. ET. New Zealand is the -140 favorite (risk $140 to win $100) on the 90-minute money line in the latest Costa Rica vs. New Zealand odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Costa Rica is a +350 underdog, a regulation draw is priced +210, and the over-under for total goals is set at 2.5. Before you lock in any New Zealand vs. Costa Rica picks or World Cup qualifying predictions, you have to see what soccer insider Jon Eimer has to say.