How to watch Westfield Matildas in Westfield W-League Round 14

The time has come. After a whirlwind season of Westfield W-League action we are knocking on the door of the finals.

However, one more round must be played before the post-season can truly get underway and there are a host of Westfield Matildas set to play a part in the final makeup of the top four.

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Melbourne City’s hopes of a historic ‘four-peat’ will go on the line when they travel to Wollongong to face Sydney FC on Thursday night.

Adelaide United cannot make the finals when they host Brisbane Roar, who can still finish atop the ladder, on Friday.

The second part of Friday’s double-header will feature top of the table Melbourne Victory who will be looking to claim the Premiers Plate when they make the long trip West to face Perth Glory.

Finally, on Saturday, two teams playing for pride will face off when Newcastle Jets welcome Western Sydney Wanderers to No. 2 Sportsground.

Sydney FC v Melbourne City
Thursday, 7:30pm AEDT

It is fitting that the re-match of last year’s Grand Final will decide the fate of the defending Champions City.

Sitting in fifth place, the Melburnians must come away with all three points if they harbour any ambitions of going for a fourth consecutive title.

Key to that will be Lydia Williams in goal, while Elise Kellond-Knight and Tameka Butt must control the midfield to give City their best possible chances.

They come up against a Sky Blues side littered with Westfield Matildas and still in the running for the Premiers Plate.

They boast Alanna Kennedy, Chloe Logarzo, Princess Ibini, Caitlin Foord and Lisa De Vanna.

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 without a broadcasting rights holder, you can watch games on the My Football Youtube channel.

Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar
Friday, 7:30pm AEDT

After a mixed start Brisbane have stormed back to proudly sit equal first on the Westfield W-League ladder.

The Reds meanwhile started well but have been pegged back and now languish in sixth spot, unable to reach the last four even with a win on Friday night.

It could be the last chance for Adelaide striker Michelle Heyman to show what she’s made of ahead of the World Cup while Katrina Gorry, Clare Polkinghorne, Hayley Raso and Mackenzie Arnold will all be determined to do everything they can to give the Roar a chance at nabbing consecutive Premiers Plates.

How to watch: You can stream this 7:30pm AEDT kick-off live on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand without a broadcasting rights holder, you can watch games on the My Football Youtube channel.

Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory
Friday, 10:00pm AEDT

While solid for much of the season, Perth have stumbled in recent weeks and are now in danger of dropping out of the top four altogether if results conspire against them this weekend.

A win over the first-placed Victory would render those matches irrelevant and the home side will need marquee Sam Kerr to step up against a visiting side featuring Laura Alleway and Emily Gielnik.

How to watch: You can stream this 10pm AEDT kick-off live on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand without a broadcasting rights holder, you can watch games on the My Football Youtube channel.

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

Both these sides would have hoped for much better Westfield W-League campaigns but will have to put it behind them as they play for pride with one game remaining.

The Jets have been hard done by, losing Westfield Matildas pair Emily Van Egmond and Larissa Crummer to confound their issues.

There will be one Australian international on the pitch however with Gema Simon out to ensure the Jets’ final outing is a happy one.

How to watch: You can stream this 7:30pm AEDT kick-off live on the MyFootball Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. For viewers outside Australia and New Zealand without a broadcasting rights holder, you can watch games on the My Football Youtube channel.

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