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Australia host Vietnam at Jubilee Oval, Kogarah in their final match before departing for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

It is also the only chance for the public to see the squad and Australia's first match on home soil in over 12 months.

"After such a long preparation, this is the final chance for the public to come out, watch the girls in action and get behind them before they leave for Canada on Saturday to represent Australia on the world stage," said head coach Alen Stajcic.

"The players have worked extremely hard up to this point and there is a real belief among the group that we can do well, so it would be great to see a big crowd for the farewell game."

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For Stajcic, the squad is another opportunity for him to assess his side as he looks to settle on a starting XI to take on the United States on 8 June.

A closed door match on Tuesday, 19 May saw several players find goalscoring touch including the key trio of Michelle Heyman, Caitlin Foord and Kyah Simon.

Changes are anticipated for today's second match with the likes of Katrina Gorry, Emily van Egmond, Samantha Kerr and Tameka Butt to notch further minutes under their belt.

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With a plethora of options available to Stajcic in the attacking third, and the combinations still to be settled, it will be interesting to see which front five is put on the park and how they interact.

The goalkeeping situation will also be of note with Lydia Williams and Melissa Barbieri playing a half of football on Tuesday with both custodians once again battling it out for the No.1 jersey.

Following the encounter with Vietnam the Matildas will depart for base camp in Vancouver, Canada on Saturday for a two week period.

ABC Radio digital will broadcast tonight's match and, as always, follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all the match action.

Match Details

Australia v Vietnam

Jubilee Oval, Kogarah NSW

Thursday 21 May 2015

Kick-Off: 6:30pm AEST

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Ticket Prices

$15 Adult

$10 Concession

$5 Kids

$30 Family