Matildas Abroad Preview: FC Rosengård looking to extend unbeaten streak to ten games

Our Matildas Abroad action continues around the world, with Australians in action in the United States, Sweden, Denmark, France and Norway.

Ellie Carpenter will take part in the UEFA Women’s Champions League final with Olympique Lyonnais, read Carpenter’s thoughts ahead of the final kick-off on Sunday morning HERE.

go to the United States, Chloe LogarzoKansas City Current will be in action against NWSL newcomers Angel City FC as Kansas looks for its first win of the regular season.

As Logarzo continues to progress after her ACL injury, the Australian has started basic training with the team. This game will begin on Sunday afternoon at 12:30 p.m. AEST.

Meanwhile, Emilie van EgmondSan Diego Wave FC hopes to bounce back from their first loss of the season when they take on defending NWSL Challenge Cup champions North Carolina Courage.

Van Egmond has appeared in all four of Wave’s games, and despite losing to Racing Louisville yesterday, they still remain top of the NWSL standings.

This game will start on Monday morning at 4:00 a.m. AEST.

Ending up in New Jersey, Alex Chidiac will be in line for his second appearance for his new club when Racing Louisville takes on Gotham.

Louisville came into the game fresh off their first win of the season in a narrow 1-0 win over San Diego yesterday, where Chidiac made his debut, starting in the game.

Gotham, like Lousiville, has recorded just one win for the season. This game will start on Monday morning at 7:00 a.m. AEST.

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Moving To Sweden, Teagan Micah and Charlie GrantFC Rosengård will try to extend their unbeaten streak to 10 by taking on Eskilstuna.

After a 2-0 win, where Grant made an appearance from the bench, Rosengård will warm up for the Swedish Women’s Cup final next Friday.

This match will start on Saturday morning at 2:00 a.m. AEST.

Next, Claire Polkinghorne and Katrina GorriVittsjö GIK of takes on KIF Örebro DFF as they look for their fifth win of the season.

Vittsjö came from behind in their last game to win 2-1 against Piteå, as their opponents are yet to claim a win this season.

This game will begin on Sunday evening at 23:00 AEST.

Remy SiemsenAIK will be aiming for their second win of the season against Kristianstads DFF. Siemsen’s side will be looking to climb the bottom of the ladder, while the Aussie is still waiting for her first goal in new colours.

This game will begin on Sunday evening at 23:00 AEST.

Lately, Courtney Nevin and Kyra Cooney-Cross Hammarby will face Djurgårdens looking for their fourth win of the season.

Cooney-Cross is still awaiting her debut since arriving in Sweden, while Nevin has blossomed, winning player of the game on her debut and scoring a goal.

This game will start on Tuesday morning at 3:00 AEST.

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In Denmark, after winning the Danish Women’s Cup final, Claire WheelerAngie Beard and Indi Paige RileyFortuna Hjørring of FC Nordsjælland will face FC Nordsjælland on the eighth day of round robin play in the Danish top flight.

All three Australians started in Fortuna’s Danish Women’s Cup win, with Riley forced off the pitch in the 89th minute through injury.

This game will start on Saturday evening at 22:00 AEST.

Our final stop takes us to Norway, as Karly RöstbakkenLSK Kvinner host Lyn Football as they look to record their fourth win of the season.

This game will start on Monday morning at 12:00 AEST.

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