Following their 0-0 draw against Portugal, the Matildas will be wanting to rebuild themselves as a dominant opponent and ideally nab a spot in the Final.

16th in FIFA ranking, China are currently sitting at the bottom of Group A.

They will be looking to finish the group stage on a high, following losses against both Portugal and Norway.

Currently, Australia are without Hayley Raso, who has now returned home to Australia, and Steph Catley who both came into the tournament under injury clouds.

Tameka Butt and Emily Condon were both injured in previous Algarve Cup matches but not much is known about their subsequent injuries.

The last time these teams faced off was in November 2017, with Australia hosting two friendlies, one in Melbourne and one in Geelong.

Australia won both matches, 3-0 and 5-1 respectively.

At last yearโ€™s Algarve Cup, China stole the early lead. However, Australia claimed a 2-1 win in the second half, courtesy of Emily Gielnik and Ellie Carpenter.

Prior to this China and Australia drew 1-1 for three matches in a row.

China finished the 2017 Algarve Cup in 10th place.