The Matildas will be hoping to bounce back from a recent 3-0 defeat when they face off again against the United States in Newcastle on Tuesday night.
Australia were caught out by the USWNT on Saturday afternoon in front of a record crowd at Stadium Australia where they conceded after just 24 seconds.
While they had their chances to equalise, Tony Gustavsson’s side couldn’t find the back of the net as the U.S. grabbed two second-half goals to clinch the game.
Backing up three days later, the Matildas will be desperate to get some revenge against the current world number one team.
Matildas vs United States match details: Kick-off time, stadium and broadcaster
|Game||Broadcast options||Venue||Date||Time (AEDT)|
|Australia vs United States||Channel 10, 10Play, Paramount+||McDonald Jones Stadium||Tue, Nov 30||8.05pm|
The Matildas head to Newcastle searching for their first win in three games after losing to the U.S. and drawing with Brazil 2-2 last month.
Gustavsson opted to start Australia’s last match with two teenage centre-backs, who were caught cold for the USWNT’s swift opener.
The United States were also fielding some inexperienced players but they seemed primed for the game with debutant goalkeeper Casey Murphy particularly impressive.
With three wins from their last four encounters, the U.S. will once again go into this game as favourites but the home side can’t be written off with another strong crowd likely to be cheering them on.
How to watch Matildas vs United States in Australia
This match will be broadcast live and free on television via Channel 10 with the game also streamed on 10Play.
New streaming service Paramount Plus will also show the match.
Full Matildas squad & team news
|Mackenzie Arnold||West Ham United, England||Teagan Micah||FC Rosengard, Norway|
|Angela Beard||Fortuna Hjorring, Denmark||Courtney Nevin||Melbourne Victory, Australia|
|Ellie Carpenter||Lyon, France||Clare Polkinghorne||Vittsjo GIK, Sweden|
|Steph Catley||Arsenal, England||Hayley Raso||Manchester City, England|
|Emily Gielnik||Aston Villa, England||Karly Roestbakkem||LSK Kvinner, Norway|
|Kyra Cooney-Cross||Melbourne Victory, Australia||Remy Siemsen||Sydney FC, Australia|
|Caitlin Foord||Arsenal, England||Kyah Simon||Tottenham, England|
|Mary Fowler||Montpellier, France||Emily van Egmond||Orlando Pride, USA|
|Charlotte Grant||FC Rosengard, Sweden||Clare Wheeler||Fortuna Hjorring, Denmark|
|Bryleeh Henry||Western Sydney Wanderers, Australia||Lydia Williams||Arsenal, England|
|Alanna Kennedy||Manchester City, England||Tameka Yallop||West Ham United, England|
|Sam Kerr||Chelsea, England||Jessika Nash||Sydney FC, Australia|
|Charlize Rule||Sydney FC, Australia|
Veterans Hayley Raso and Emily Gielnik have returned to the squad after injuries sidelined them last month.
Teenagers Jessika Nash and Charlize Rule have been added to the squad for the first time with Nash making her debut on Saturday.
Full USWNT squad
Goalkeepers: Bella Bixby (Portland Thorns FC), Jane Campbell (Houston Dash), Casey Murphy (North Carolina Courage)
Defenders: Alana Cook (OL Reign), Abby Dahlkemper (Houston Dash), Tierna Davidson (Chicago Red Stars), Emily Fox (Racing Louisville FC), Sofia Huerta (OL Reign), Becky Sauerbrunn (Portland Thorns FC), Emily Sonnett (Washington Spirit)
Midfielders: Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC), Rose Lavelle (OL Reign), Catarina Macario (Olympique Lyon), Kristie Mewis (Houston Dash), Ashley Sanchez (Washington Spirit), Andi Sullivan (Washington Spirit)
Forwards: Bethany Balcer (OL Reign), Ashley Hatch (Washington Spirit), Margaret Purce (NJ/NY Gotham FC), Sophia Smith (Portland Thorns FC), Lynn Williams (North Carolina Courage), Morgan Weaver (Portland Thorns FC)
Matildas vs United States past results
|November 27, 2021||Australia 0-3 United States||Friendly|
|August 5, 2021||Australia 3-4 United States||Olympics|
|July 27, 2021||Australia 0-0 United States||Olympics|
|April 4, 2019||United States 5-3 Australia||Friendly|
|July 29, 2018||United States 1-1 Australia||Tournament on Nations|
|July 27, 2017||United States 0-1 Australia||Tournament of Nations|
|June 8, 2015||United States 3-1 Australia||World Cup|