The Westfield Matildas will play their first ever international in Perth on Monday night when they tackle Thailand in a friendly at nib Stadium.
The match will be Australia’s final hit-out before heading to Jordan for next month’s AFC Women’s Asian Cup.
So who will get a chance to impress Alen Stajcic from the outset in the West?
Here’s who think might get the nod from the outset.
Lydia Williams – The Melbourne City keeper is the undoubted first-choice keeper and is likely to earn the nod over the improving Mackenzie Arnold.
Ellie Carpenter – The 17-year-old is coming off a strong W-League season and continues to look comfortable at international level despite her age.
Clare Polkinghorne – The veteran defender is a model of consistency at the back and recently brought up her 100th appearance for Australia.
Alanna Kennedy – Continues to mature in the Green and Gold and is developing a solid partnership with Polkinghorne at the back.
Steph Catley – The City defender has struggled with injury in recent times but her composure and ability to get forward make her a real asset for Alen Stajcic’s side.
Emily van Egmond – The Jets midfielder controls the pace of the game so well in midfield and her passing range is superb.
Katrina Gorry – A dynamic player at her best, Gorry’s ability to play between the lines and link up with her attackers is crucial to the team’s dynamic.
Tameka Butt – She may be a quiet achiever but Butt’s work-rate and creativity make her a key member the Matildas set-up.
Lisa De Vanna – The veteran attacker is still hungry for goals and hasn’t lost her blistering pace, making her a dangerous weapon in the front third.
Sam Kerr – Will relish the opportunity playing in Western Australia for the first time. Will we see a trademark back-flip after a goal or two?
Chloe Logarzo – One of the most improved players in the squad, Logarzo is in superb form for Australia having netted three goals in her last five internationals.