The Westfield Matildas have plenty of cause for confidence ahead of their clash with Vietnam in Jordan on Wednesday morning (AEDT).
Held to a 0-0 draw by Korea Republic in the weekend's 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup opener, history suggests Australia will not encounter the same resistance in their second Group B game.
Here's a look at how our record stacks up against the Southeast Asian country.
Westfield Matildas v Vietnam
Australia have beaten Vietnam in all six of their meetings in international football.
The trend was set with a 1-0 victory in the ASEAN Championship Final in May 2008 and the divide has only widened from there, with the Westfield Matildas yet to concede a goal against Vietnam.
Conversely, in the last three meetings, Alen Stajcic's side have scored 24 times, including an 11-0 annihilation leading into the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Michelle Heyman helped herself to a hat-trick in that match and, with five in total against Vietnam, could figure prominently on Wednesday morning.
The underdogs will also fear the sight of Kyah Simon after she netted a treble in the teams' most recent contest, a 9-0 drubbing in Olympic Games qualifying two years ago.
AFC Women's Asian Cup clashes have tended to be tighter, with Australia prevailing 2-0 in 2010 and 2014.
Leena Khamis and Kylie Ledbrook were on target in the former, while an own goal and a Katrina Gorry piledriver did the damage in Ho Chi Minh City.
Previous results v Vietnam
20-05-2008: ASEAN Championship Final in Ho Chi Minh City - Won 1-0
21-05-2010: 2010 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Chengdu - Won 2-0
18-05-2014: 2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Ho Chi Minh City - Won 2-0
19-05-2015: International Friendly in Sydney - Won 4-0
21-05-2015: International Friendly in Sydney - Won 11-0
02-03-2016: Olympic Games qualifier in Osaka - Won 9-0