By FOX Sports Staff
Osieck's Socceroos need to beat Jordan in Melbourne to leapfrog Oman and move into second place in AFC World Cup Qualifying Group B with one fixture remaining.
Jordan will also have plenty of motivation to perform on Tuesday as they are level with Australia on seven points from six games while group leaders Japan have already qualified for Brazil 2014 as they have an unassailable 14 points on the board.
Japan booked their World Cup ticket following a dramatic 1-1 with Australia in Saitama last week, but Osieck is pleased that he can at least look forward to Tuesday's clash with Jordan without any injury worries.
With Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak having overcome an ankle injury, the Socceroos have all 26 members of the squad fit for their World Cup qualifier at Melbourne Docklands Arena.
"In football you should never look back, the only thing you get from a look back is a sore neck. I look ahead - Jordan is a different game," Osieck said.
"The good thing is, everybody in our squad is ready to play so it's a good situation, but a tough one for me as well.
"The spirit is very positive and everybody is really very supportive."
Australia's World Cup fate remains in their own hands as their final two qualifiers are at home against Jordan on Tuesday before playing Iraq in Sydney next week.
"A very important event is ahead of us. We're going now into the final two games of our qualifying campaign," Osieck said.
"You all know from the table, from the standings that for both teams there's a lot at stake.
"At least we are happy to be back in Australia. It's an important one, which we definitely will have to win and I'm pretty confident we're going to have a good game tomorrow [Tuesday].
"It was a very clear thing from minute one that this qualifying campaign would be a very tough one, and referring to our starting schedule it made it even more difficult.
"But I think we are still in a position that we can manage the situation based on our own strength and that is always a very positive one, rather than depend on other results."
Iraq remain bottom in Group B with five points from six games and could have nothing to play by the time they face Australia.