Another week of football frenzy kicks off on Tuesday night, this round sees a grand final rematch take place as the race to claim a spot in the final four heats up.
The action kicks off tonight as Western Sydney Wanderers host Canberra United, Wanderers come into the game off the back of a 5-0 loss to Melbourne Victory. Canberra is still in search of their first win of the season and take on a side with only one win to show for their season.
Catherine Cannuli will be calling on Bryleeh Henry and Teigan Collister to use their speed up front to test Canberra's young shot-stopper Chloe Lincoln.
Tomorrow night sees a grand final rematch when Melbourne Victory hosts ladder leaders Sydney FC. The Sky Blue will be looking to get redemption on their grand final loss and extend their unbeaten streak to 11.
Meanwhile, Victory had a dominant win against Western Sydney last round, with Kyra Cooney-Cross and Courtney Nevin finding the back of the net.
Sydney FC comes into the fixture having only conceded one goal, while Victory has leaked 13 goals. Remy Siemsen and Cortnee Vine made their return in Sydney's 1-0 win against Newcastle on Sunday night, with Siemsen picking up the assist on Princess Ibini's goal.
Thursday night will see Wellington Phoenix look for their second win of the season against Adelaide United. The Reds are coming off a comprehensive 8-2 win over Brisbane with Fiona Worts moving up the golden boot race with five goals against Roar.
Phoenix will have their work cut out for them, missing captain and starting goalkeeper Lily Alfeld to international duty.
Moving up to Brisbane, the Roar will host Canberra United on Friday night with Roar hoping to bounce back from their loss to Adelaide.
The two sides met earlier in the season, where two late goals to Canberra sealed a 3-3 draw. Katrina Gorry picked up two assists in Brisbane's 8-2 loss and will be crucial for a Roar win.
Melbourne Victory will play their second game of the week, hosting Perth Glory on Friday night.
This game will be an interesting battle, with Victory just holding on to fourth as Perth sit in fifth just three points behind them.
Victory will have a quick turnaround after their Wednesday night game against Sydney, with Perth hot in their tails they are unable to drop points.
Over in Newcastle, the Jets host Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday night.
Claire Coelho was key for the Jets in their last game against Sydney FC, stopping a number of chances for the ladder leaders to double their lead.
Ash Wilson will be looking to Tara Andrews and Marie Markussen to test the Wanderers' defence.
The last game of the week will see a top-of-the-table clash when second-placed Melbourne City host first placed Sydney FC.
Sky Blue claimed bragging rights over City when the two met earlier in the season, winning 3-0. However, City has found their groove again upfront.
City will be without top scorer this season Hannah Wilkinson who is away on international duty. Holly McNamara will be a key target for City's midfielders to harness her speed behind Sydney's defence.
Emma Checker's defence will also be tested by the attacking trio of Ibini, Siemsen and Vine.
City sit just 4 points behind Sydney and will be hoping to close the gap on Sunday night.