The Young Matildas currently sit atop of the group having a better goal difference compared to reigning championships Thailand. 

Both teams have won their three matches over the last nine days with neither conceding a goal but Thailand will need to win to ensure they finish at the top.

Only one goal separates them as the Young Matildas have scored 28 goals while Thailand have scored 27.

It will be a tough match for the Young Matildas as Thailand boost 17 players from their 2018 Asian Cup squad.

This is the same squad which took the Matildas all the way to a penalty shootout in the semi-final of the tournament. 

“Overall our squad is travelling well and we look forward to embracing the challenge that lay ahead with respects to our match against defending AFF Champions Thailand,” Young Matildas coach Leah Blayney said.


Thailand v Young Matildas

Kick-off: 7pm local, 10pm AEST