How to watch the Westfield Matildas in Round 4 of the Westfield W-League

With the international action wrapped for 2018, it’s time for our Westfield Matildas to fully fix their focus on starring in the Westfield W-League. 

All but one member of the squad that most recently beat Chile 5-0 are involved in the local domestic competition on a weekly basis.

Sam Kerr and Emily Gielnik got back to club action with goals for Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory in Round 3, while Michelle Heyman’s Adelaide United got the better of Brisbane Roar trio Mackenzie Arnold, Katrina Gorry and Clare Polkinghorne. 

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Round 4 sees several more Westfield Matildas take to the field, as Sydney FC host a Big Blue blockbuster involving a certain Caitlin Foord in red-hot form.

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Note: International viewers, you can watch Westfield W-League matches LIVE on the My Football YouTube channel. Please click HERE to see how to watch internationally.

Adelaide United v Canberra United
Thursday, 7:30pm AEDT

Two teams on equal points take to the field in pursuit of Melbourne Victory, who are currently outright first in the Westfield W-League. 

Michelle Heyman will be looking to grab her first goal of the 2018/19 Season for new club Adelaide United, and what better time to find scoring form than against her former club?

Canberra United have Ellie Carpenter as their sole Westfield Matildas representative from Alen Stajcic’s most recent squad. 

The 18-year-old defender has been in impeccable touch for both club and country, and will have her hands full helping stop Heyman.

How to watch: Tune in to FOX SPORTS 505 to catch this clash, with kick-off at 7:30pm AEDT. You can also stream the match live on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand, you can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Newcastle Jets
Saturday, 7:30pm AEDT

Emily van Egmond and Larissa Crummer were absent in Round 3, with Crummer expected to be out for another week with a quad injury. 

Van Egmond pulled out at the last minute, but may return to face bottom-placed Western Sydney Wanderers at Marconi Stadium.

Jets full-back Gema Simon backed up superbly against Canberra United off the back of her hour-long performance in the second match against Chile.

Goalkeeper Jada Whyman, involved on the recent tour of Europe, will be between the sticks for Western Sydney.

How to watch: You can stream this 7:30pm AEDT kick-off on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand, you can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.

Gema Simon
Newcastle Jets' Gema Simon taking photos with fans after the Westfield Matildas' 5-0 victory over Chile.

Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory
Sunday, 2:30pm AEDT

Sydney FC could have five Westfield Matildas available for one of their most important clashes of the campaign.

Caitlin Foord headlines the returnees, having grabbed a second-half hat-trick in just over half an hour against Chile. 

Amy Sayer will sit out with a foot injury, but the Sky Blues are blessed with no shortage of international quality.

Melbourne Victory have some Westfield Matildas of their own, too. 

Emily Gielnik will be out to make it three goals in as many games for club and country, while Laura Alleway will be tasked with containing Sydney FC’s rampant attack.

How to watch: You can catch this game LIVE on FOX SPORTS 505 at 2:30pm AEDT, as well as on SBS VICELAND. You can also stream the match live on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand, you can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.

Perth Glory v Melbourne City
Sunday, 9:45pm AEDT

Westfield Matildas spearhead Sam Kerr appears to be back to her prolific best, having grabbed a goal in each of her two most recent competitive appearances.

Kerr doubled Perth’s lead on the way to a 3-0 victory over Western Sydney last time out.

Melbourne City stars Lydia Williams and Elise Kellond-Knight, who was shuffled into a centre-back role last weekend, will be busy trying to thwart Kerr. 

While that battle occurs up one end of the field, Tameka Butt will be at the other trying to help her team bounce back from their 2-0 derby defeat to Victory. 

Despite sitting in eighth place, City are only two points from second, meaning a win in Perth could completely change their narrative.

How to watch: You can catch this game LIVE on FOX SPORTS 505 at 9:45pm AEDT, as well as on SBS VICELAND. You can also stream the match live on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand, you can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.