Fans can see extended highlights of the Westfield Matildas’ international against world No.1 USA this Monday.
Fans can see extended highlights of the Westfield Matildas- international against world No.1 USA this Monday.
Australia-s glamour match-up with the two-time world champions in San Antonio will be shown on ABC TV on Monday (21 October) at 11am on ABC 1.
The one-hour programme will be replayed at 11:35pm on Monday.
The Westfield Matildas, who are currently ranked 8th in the world, are searching for their maiden win over USA with a record of two draws and 22 defeats in their 24 A-Internationals to date.
The Stars & Stripes, now led by former long-serving Westfield Matildas coach Tom Sermanni, are two-time FIFA Women-s World Cup winners and four-time Olympic champions, including last year in London.
The Westfield Matildas- played two matches in the US last September losing 2-1 and 6-2 despite having led in both matches.
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