Melbourne City represent something of a mini Westfield Matildas camp in between international breaks.
Champions in each of the last three seasons, the glamour side has strengthened further with the recruitment of midfielder Tameka Butt and her former Brisbane Roar team-mate Elise Kellond-Knight.
Their guile in the centre of the park complements a star-studded group captained by elite left-back Steph Catley and marshalled from the last line by gun goalkeeper Lydia Williams.
New head coach Rado Vidosic is also blessed with the always productive Kyah Simon, who has the capacity to pull the strings in the final third.
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Melbourne City Westfield W-League 2018/19 fixtures
Round 1: Canberra United v Melbourne City, McKellar Park, Sunday 28 October, 4:00pm local
Round 2: Melbourne City v Sydney FC, AAMI Park, Friday 2 November, 5:20pm local
Round 3: Melbourne City v Melbourne Victory, AAMI Park, Friday 16 November, 7:30pm local
Round 4: Perth Glory v Melbourne City, nib Stadium, Sunday 25 November, 6:45pm local
Round 5: Melbourne City v Adelaide United, C.B. Smith Reserve, Saturday 1 December, 7:30pm local
Round 6: Newcastle Jets v Melbourne City, McDonald Jones Stadium, Sunday 9 December, 2:30pm local
Round 7: Bye
Round 8: Melbourne City v Canberra United, AAMI Park, Saturday 22 December, 5:00pm local
Round 9: Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne City, ANZ Stadium, Tuesday 1 January 2019, 5:20pm
Round 10: Melbourne Victory v Melbourne City, Epping Stadium, Saturday 5 January 2019, 4:00pm local
Round 11: Melbourne City v Brisbane Roar, AAMI Park, Friday 11 January 2019, 5:20pm local
Round 12: Melbourne City v Newcastle Jets, C.B. Smith Reserve, Sunday 20 January 2019, 7:30pm local
Round 13: Bye
Round 14: Sydney FC v Melbourne City, WIN Stadium, Thursday 31 January, 7:30pm local