The Matildas will be looking to secure an all-important three points against Vietnam after taking away a one-point from their opening match.
KEY PLAYER VIETNAM: DANG THI KIEU TRINH
She is a shot stopper and could frustrate the Australian forwards if they are not entirely accurate or critical in front of goal.
While her height might let her down, she is one of the most experienced players in the competition having made 84 appearances since 2004 and will be looking to redeem herself after a frustrating time in goal against Japan.
WHERE IT WILL BE WON
History suggests that the Matildas have never had an issue bagging the win against Vietnam, but at this level of football anyone can win.
Since Australia and Vietnam met two years ago, Vietnam has gone from strength to strength.
Under Coach Mai Duc Chung they now have an impressive undefeated record for 2017 and took home a gold medal the same year in the South-East Asian Games.
It would be naïve to expect an “easy game” at this level, with Vietnam having the potential to be a dark horse of the competition but with Australia now wiser to different types of defending, and with most of their key players back from injury, both teams are in their best form for a win.
Vietnam vs Australia
Kick-off: Wednesday, April 11 3am AEST (local time 8pm April 10)
Amman International Stadium, Amman