It's Thailand that stands between the Westfield Matildas and a spot in a third straight AFC Women's Asian Cup final.
The semi-final clash on Tuesday night will be just the sixth meeting between the two nations, with Australia unbeaten in the five previous clashes.
In fact, the Westfield Matildas have won every match, conceding only once.
He’s a brief history of our record against Thailand.
Westfield Matildas v Thailand
Australia has faced Thailand four times in their history, with the very first meeting coming way back in 1988.
And it’s been nothing but success for the Westfield Matildas, winning all four clashes between the two countries.
The green and gold have dominated, scoring 15 goals in those four matches and conceding just one.
The two sides have met just once in Australia, 12 years ago in the Women’s Cup in Adelaide.
It’s a match current Westfield Matildas attacker Lisa De Vanna will remember fondly, finding the net in a 5-0 drubbing at Marden Sports Complex to send the Aussies into the semi-finals.
Then seven years ago in a qualifier for the London Olympics, Michelle Heyman scored her first two international goals in the clash, a comfortable 5-1 win for the Westfield Matildas in Jinan.
In the most recent meeting just last month in Perth, the Westfield Matildas again flexed their muscles with a dominant 5-0 win.
De Vanna again haunted the Thais, scoring a double, while young gun Alex Chidiac marked the occasion with her first senior international goal.
Previous results v Thailand
03‐06‐88: at International Women's Tournament in Jiangmen - Won 3–0
24‐07‐06: at Women’s Cup in Adelaide ‐ Won 5–0
09‐10‐08: at ASEAN Championship in Ho Chi Minh City - Won 2–0
03‐09‐11: an Olympics Qualifier in Jinan - Won 5–1
26-03-18: an international friendly - Won 5-0