Australia headed into the match coming off an 11-0 win over Indonesia on Wednesday night.

The Junior Matildas wasted no time in drawing first blood when Josie Morley opened the scoring in the 4th minute to add to her growing goal tally. 

Australia used the momentum to build-up from the back and continued to create great chances.

Kyrgyz Republic eventually began to settle into the game but Australia remained on top with more possession in the final third, while the hosts found it tough to grind out a single chance on goal.

The hard work paid off from Australia paid when Alana Jancevski found space in the penalty area to double Australia's lead, and Morley grabbed her second of the match to extend the scoreline to 3-0 in the 37th minute.

In the dying seconds before the break, Australia were denied their fourth from a set-piece just outside the box when the Kyrgyz 'keeper pulled out a diving save.

The Junior Matildas continued to maintain possession throughout the second half and furthered their lead after a flurry of goals from Paige Zois. 

It was all Australia and Jordan Jasnos made it 8-0 following a fumble from the 'keeper and another goal followed as Tijan McKenna put away the spot-kick.

Morley completed her hat-trick with a tap-in in the 84th minute to finish off the game at 10-0.