Melbourne Victory will host Sydney FC and Melbourne City will face Western Sydney Wanderers in the W-League semi-finals.
If things go to plan for Melbourne Victory and City this weekend, the W-League could see its first all-Victorian grand final.
Second-placed Victory will host Sydney FC on Saturday before premiers City play Western Sydney on Sunday.
Victory take on Sydney for the second time in as many matches after beating them 3-1 at Marvel Stadium in their final regular season match.
Jeff Hopkins' side are out to make amends for last season when they won the premiers plate then lost their semi-final against Perth Glory.
"There's a number of players that have experienced last year and they're still here this year," Hopkins said.
"It was a big disappointment to us and maybe we didn't handle the one-off occasion very well and that's what we're trying to manage this week.
"I think the players that were there last year are better off for that - they've learned from it and they've suffered from the disappointment and hopefully they'll bring the others along."
Meanwhile, City counterpart Rado Vidosic said his unbeaten team could handle the burden of expectation against the Wanderers, who are making their finals debut.
City comfortably handled the Wanderers 4-0 in their only meeting this season, though Western Sydney were without Kristen Hamilton and Ella Mastrantonio (suspension).
"We can't predict what they're going to do - will they try to do something similar or will they come up with some new system?" Vidosic said.
"We won't change - we'll just play our normal game and I think the less disruption for players - especially (given) we could not practice (as a full squad) in the last two weeks - the least amount of disruption is probably the best for them at the moment."
Victory, Sydney and City were affected by absences from training over the past two weeks through international duty.
City were hardest hit - six Matildas returned on Friday, while Rebekah Stott (New Zealand), Claire Emslie (Scotland) and Milica Mijatovic (Serbia) were also away.
Victory were without Annalie Longo (New Zealand) and Jenna McCormick (Australia) while Sydney FC will welcome back Matildas defender Alanna Kennedy.
2019-20 W-LEAGUE SEMI-FINALS
Melbourne Victory (2) v Sydney FC (3)
Saturday 14 March, 2pm at Epping Stadium
Melbourne City (1) v Western Sydney Wanderers (4)
Sunday 15 March, 1.30pm at ABD Stadium, Broadmeadows