Here are the three goalkeepers set to pull on the green and gold in France.

Lydia Williams

Junior club: Tuggeranong, Woden (ACT) and AIS
Clubs: ​Reign FC (NWSL) & Melbourne City (W-League)
Birthday: 13/05/1998
Hometown: Katanning
Caps: 77
Previous World Cups: 2007, 2011 and 2015
Did you know: Williams wrote a book called 'Saved!!!' which will be published in July this year. She also scares her teammates.

Williams is one of the most experienced members of the Matildas squad as she heads into her fourth World Cup. She has been the No.1 goalkeeper for most of her Matildas career.

The 31-year-old had a great 2018/19 W-League season despite City missing out on finals for the first time since entering the competition. Williams conceded the least amount of goal (15) in the whole competition and managed three clean sheets.

At her NWSL club this season, she has played just one game with Michelle Betos keeping her on the bench.

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Mackenzie Arnold

Junior club: Burleigh Heads, Robina City and Palm Beach-Currumbin High 
Club: Brisbane Roar (W-League)
Birthday: 25/02/1994
Hometown: Gold Coast
Caps: 23
Previous World Cups: 2015
​Did you know: She has a dog called Jack


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It came as no surprise that Arnold was one of the top goalkeepers in the recent W-League season. The 25-year-old helped Brisbane Roar to a second-place finish and semi-final with just 19 goals conceded throughout the season.

She was part of the squad which went to Canada in 2015 but did not feature with Williams and Melissa Barbieri. Arnold did play in the 6-1 group-stage win over Zimbabwe at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Follow on: @mackenziearnold (Instagram) and @MaccaArnold1 (Twitter)

Teagan Micah

Junior club: QAS NTC
Club: UCLA Bruins 
Birthday: 20/10/1997
Hometown: Redcliffe
Caps: 0
Previous World Cups: None
​Did you know: She ended up at UCLA after coach Josh Walter persistently called her to come to play for the team with then Wanderers teammates American Keelin Winters and Canadian Carmelina Moscato telling her she had to go.

Micah had her first full Matildas training camp in April which was almost two years after she earnt a call up at the 2017 Tournament of Nations when Williams was injured. 

The former Queensland Academy of Sport player has previously represented Australia at youth level for both the Junior and Young Matildas. 

She is a former Brisbane Roar and Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper before she made the move to the US College system.

Follow on: @teaganmicah_ (Instagram) and @TeaganMicah (Twitter)