Australia could yet be going home - or qualify on top of their World Cup group - depending on the final day results in Group C on Wednesday (AEST).
Group C at the Women's World Cup is coming down to the wire, with the Matildas eager to book a place in the last 16 by avoiding defeat to Jamaica.
The island nation, the lowest-ranked side in France, has lost 3-0 and 5-0 in matches to Brazil and Italy thus far and are expected to be fodder for Ante Milicic's team.
They play Jamaica at Grenoble's Stade des Alpes on Wednesday (AEST), with Brazil and Italy meeting at the same time in Valenciennes.
With one game left to go, Australia could still finish anywhere from top to bottom of the group.
WHAT THE MATILDAS NEED TO DO TO ...
* QUALIFY IN THIRD PLACE?
Avoiding defeat against Jamaica would see Australia - at worst - finish third in the group and qualify for the knockout rounds.
However, finishing third will almost definitely put the Matildas on a collision course with hosts and tournament favourites France in the round of 16.
* QUALIFY IN SECOND PLACE?
Better Brazil's result.
With Australia on three points and Brazil on three points, qualifying in second requires the Matildas to jump the South Americans with a stronger result.
It would mean a trip south to Nice to play former champions Norway in the round of 16.
* QUALIFY IN FIRST PLACE?
Beat Jamaica, hope Brazil beats Italy and jump them both on goal difference.
Wins to Australia and Brazil on the final day would see those two nations linked on six points, separated only by goal difference.
Firstly, the Matildas would need to win by at least two more goals than Brazil, but Brazil themselves need to win by at least two over Italy.
That unlikely result would give Australia six days off before playing either China or Nigeria back in Montpellier.