WATCH: Catley scores an olimpico, Foord & Kerr find the back of the net
Before the final international break of the year kicks off this week, our Matildas Abroad were in action around Europe with Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord & Sam Kerr all finding the back of the net in England.
Read our wrap of all the action and watch the highlights in the player above!
Kicking off in Leicester, Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley's Arsenal recorded their sixth win of the season and moved to the top of the ladder with a 4-0 win over Leicester City.
Foord and Catley both found the back of the net in the first half, Beth Mead sent in a fizzy cross to find Foord at the back post to give the Gunners a 2-0 lead.
Catley then got her name onto the scoresheet before the break, scoring directly from a corner. Stina Blackstenius scored on the other side of the break to help Arsenal to a 4-0 win.
Over in Reading, Mary Fowler, Hayley Raso and Alanna Kennedy's Manchester City made it four consecutive victories with a 3-0 win over Reading FC.
Raso had the chance to net the opener on the stroke of halftime but hit her shot into the gloves' of Jacqueline Burns to send both sides into the break at 0-0.
City came out of the break firing, forcing two own goals in quick succession from Reading's Emma Mukandi. Fowler picked up her first assist in City colour's, setting up Khadija Shaw for her seventh of the season.
Meanwhile, the Spurs' game against Clare Wheeler's Everton was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch in London.
Lastly, Sam Kerr's Chelsea travelled to take on Manchester United, with the Red Devils undefeated so far this season and have not conceded a goal yet.
After a scoreless first half, Kerr finally broke the deadlock at the hour mark. The Aussie then provided the assist for the next goal, sending in a cross that found Lauren James unmarked running into the box.
United clawed a goal back through Alessia Russo before Erin Cuthbert sealed all three points with the Blues' third of the night.
Over in Paris, Lydia Williams' Paris Saint-Germain was held to a 2-2 draw by Montpellier HSC. Williams did not feature in the matchday squad as PSG came from behind to seal the draw.
Lastly in Sweden, the final round kicked off in the OBOS Damallsvenskan with Teagan Micah's FC Rosengård already being crowned champions, lifting the trophy in back-to-back seasons.
FC Rosengård recorded a 3-0 win over IF Bromm to wrap up their season with 21 wins. Micah did not appear in the matchday squad for their last game of the season.
Meanwhile, Aivi Luik's BK Häcken finished their season on a high, beating Djurgården 3-1, and holding on to second place on the table. Luik played the whole game in defence for Häcken in the win.
Lastly, six Aussies faced off as Clare Polkinghorne, Katrina Gorry and Charli Grant's Vittsjö GIK hosted Elise Kellond-Knight, Kyra Cooney-Cross and Courtney Nevin's Hammarby.
Both sides went into the break locked at 0-0, before Gorry provided the assist on the other side of the interval, setting up Clara Markstedt for the opener.
Hammarby clawed back the equaliser through Emilia Larsson before Eva Ulrika Nyström scored the matchwinner for the visitors.