How to watch Westfield W-League Round 3

After an eventful international break the Westfield W-League returns this Friday night.

Our Westfield Matildas stars are back in action following their testing two-match series against Chile, and will have to switch their focus to some appetising Westfield W-League fixtures.

Let's look ahead to Round 3 for what is sure to be another action-packed weekend of football!

CRACKER: Goal of Round 2 - Meline Ayres - Melbourne Victory
READ: Clinical Chile spring surprise on Westfield Matildas in Penrith
WATCH: Every goal from Round 2 of the Westfield W-League 2018/19 Season


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

Melbourne City v Melbourne Victory
Friday, 7.30pm AEDT

Jasmyne Spencer's hat-trick against Sydney FC in Round 2 wasn't just a club landmark. It was a warning sign to Melbourne City's Westfield W-League competitors, announcing that they are back to their formidable best. 

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Jasmyne Spencer celebrates after scoring against Sydney FC in Round 2.

Melbourne Victory will have some confidence of their own, though. They took an early two-goal lead against Newcastle Jets, and were treated to a Melina Ayres cracker. 

A win for either side can put them on the summit of the Westfield W-League, albeit briefly - but, more importantly, it's a chance to help them keep pace with the rest. 

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.

 

Newcastle Jets v Canberra United
Saturday, 7.30pm AEDT

Newcastle Jets play their first home game of the 2018/19 Season at McDonald Jones Stadium, welcoming Canberra United in what will no doubt be a testing fixture. 

Canberra are equal-first with four points, and could have been outright top, were it not for a late collapse against Perth Glory in Round 2.

Emily van Egmond

Emily van Egmond slaloms through Melbourne Victory players in Round 2.

Newcastle, meanwhile, were unlucky not to salvage anything from their game against Melbourne Victory. Craig Deans' side looked solid in the midfield, but must be more clinical up front if they are to open their account.

How to watch: You can stream this match 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.

Please note this fixture has moved to McDonald Jones Stadium. Previously, it was scheduled to be played at No.2 Sportsground.

Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers
Saturday, 10.00pm AEDT

Perth Glory and Sam Kerr return to town in a Round 3 fixture which may just spring a few surprises. 

Glory will have wind in their sails after coming back from 4-1 down to salvage a point against Canberra United in Round 2, while Western Sydney Wanderers will be motivated by the need for points and goals.

Sam Kerr

Sam Kerr playing a vital role in Perth Glory's equaliser against Canberra United in Round 2.

Sam Kerr played her heart out for the Westfield Matildas against Chile, and if she brings anything close to that type of performance in Round 3, and it seems the Wanderers may have their hands full.

How to watch: You can stream this match 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.

Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United
Sunday, 4.00pm AEDT

Brisbane are roaring to go after registering their first win of the 2018/19 Season against Western Sydney  Wanderers in Round 2, which has taken them to the summit - albeit with two others.

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Carson Pickett celebrates after scoring Brisbane Roar's winner against Western Sydney in Round 2.

Carson Pickett has grabbed two goals in as many games, but she has been supported by Chioma Ubogagu and co. who have lit up the Westfield W-League. 

In saying that, Adelaide United will have some confidence of their own heading into this fixture. The new-look outfit ground out a 0-0 draw against Victory in Round 1, and have had a long rest ahead of their trip to Brisbane.