Before the international break begins, and our Matildas Abroad head to Spain for a first-ever meeting, one last weekend of club action is in store for our Aussies.
Australians go head-to-head in Sweden, while San Diego Wave looks to remain on the top of the table in the NWSL.
Kicking off in the USA, Emily van Egmond's first-placed San Diego Wave FC travel to take on NJ/NY Gotham FC as they look to add some breathing room at the top of the table.
Wave FC sit in first place on 15 points, with Chicago Red Stars sitting behind them also on 15 points, however, they have a game in hand over San Diego.
San Diego has faced three consecutive draws and will be aiming to pick up all three points against a Gotham side that has only recorded three wins so far.
This game will kick off on Monday morning at 6:00 am AEST.
Moving over to Sweden, the final games before the break are here. Remy Siemsen's AIK has a tough task on their hands when they host Teagan Micah and Charli Grant's FC Rosengård, who currently sit in the first place.
AIK have only recorded two wins for the season, while their opponents have yet to be defeated in the season and will be aiming to extend their unbeaten streak to 15 games.
FC Rosengård comes into the game in form, winning last weekend 5-2.
This game will kick off on Sunday night at 9:00 pm AEST.
Lastly, Clare Polkinghorne and Katrina Gorry's Vittsjö GIK host KIF Örebro as they look for their eighth win of the season.
Vittsjö comes into this game after an outstanding 3-2 win over BK Häcken last weekend, and are just four points shy of taking over Häcken in fourth place.
The last time the two sides faced one another in May, Gorry scored an 87th-minute winner to seal a 1-0 win over KIF Örebro. Vittsjö will be aiming for a similar result, to give them confidence going into the break.