With 17 days until the FIFA Women's World Cup, The Women's Game look at the last six players who will don the green and gold in France.
Junior club: QAS
Club: Portland Thorns (NWSL) and Brisbane Roar (W-League)
Previous World Cups: 2015
Did you know: She likes dogs but she is a cat person. Her cats name in Moet.
Not even a broken back could stop Raso. However, the attacker returned to action in January with Brisbane Roar and played four matches as the team went to the semi-finals.
The 24-year-old returned to the Matildas for the Cup of Nations and scored the second goal in a 2-0 win over New Zealand.
The start to the NWSL with Portland saw the Gold Coast local return to Australia to sort out her Green card but she made her first appearance of 2019 two weeks ago.
Follow on: @hayleyraso (Instagram) and Hayley Raso (Twitter)
Junior club: Saints FC and Leichhardt FC
Club: Bankstown City
Previous World Cups: None
Did you know: She has four siblings; Quivi (20), Ciara, Louise (15) and Séamus, who are known as the Fowler 5.
Fowler spent the early months of 2019 training overseas with the likes of Chelsea Ladies before returning to Matildas selection for the United States friendly in April.
Entering as a substitute in that clash, Fowler continued on the path to France after being selected in the Young Matildas 2019 AFC U-19 Women's Championship qualification campaign where she scored seven goals. This stretched the youngster's scoring record to 17 in 10 appearances in the Young Matildas side.
The 16-year-old could become the youngest Australian player to appear at a World Cup if she takes to the field in France.
Follow on: @maryfowlerrr (Instagram)
Junior club: Western Knights and WA NTC
Club: Chicago Red Stars (NWSL) and Perth Glory (W-League)
Previous World Cups: 2011 and 2015
Did you know: She is a supporter of the West Coast Eagles and was given the No.1 ticket holder in 2019 and 2020.
The spotlight will be on the Matildas captain as she continues to rise as one of the top footballers in the world.
She took out the Golden Boot for the 2018/19 W-League season for the second consecutive season and has has a fantastic start to the 2019 NWSL campaign with Chicago.
Kerr has scored six goals in six appearances so far this season with four of those coming in her past two games. This not only puts her on top of the Golden Boot standings but has seen her side become league leaders.
Follow on: @samkerr1 (Twitter) and samanthakerr20 (Instagram)