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Matildas upbeat despite Chloe Logarzo absence in Portugal

Australia's Chloe Logarzo
Matildas will be without Chloe Logarzo for the Algarve Cup in Portugal.

The Matildas will have to contest the Algarve Cup without Chloe Logarzo after the midfielder suffered a setback in her recovery from ankle surgery.

Logarzo travelled to Portugal last week ready to play with the Australian women's team for the first time since their Rio Olympics quarterfinal run last August.

But the 22-year-old, who missed the W-League season with Newcastle, has since developed bone bruising that will delay her return until at least April when the Norwegian season with new club Avaldsnes...

Lisa De Vanna given one-match suspension for W-League attack

Canberra's Lisa De Vanna
Lisa De Vanna has been handed a one-match ban by the FFA.

Matildas co-captain Lisa De Vanna was hit with a one-match suspension for an incident in a W-League semifinal earlier this month.

The Canberra United forward was cited by Football Federation Australia (FFA) nine days after charging into the back of Melbourne City's Jess Fishlock in an off-the-ball attack that was missed by the match officials.

De Vanna pleaded guilty to the charge of "Serious Unsporting Conduct" and nine days after being chraged, FFA's independent disciplinary and ethics committee...

FFA cites Lisa De Vanna for Jess Fishlock clash in W-League semifinal

Matildas co-captain Lisa De Vanna has been cited nine days after charging into Melbourne City's Jess Fishlock off the ball and from behind in Canberra United's W-League semifinal loss.

De Vanna rammed into the Wales international who fell to the turf but the incident was not witnessed by the referee and she was initially expected to escape any action as the W-League does not have a match review panel.

Australia setting sights on winning Algarve Cup - Steph Catley

Steph Catley
Matildas veteran Steph Catley is confident Australia can win the Algarve Cup next month.

After lifting the W-League trophy on the weekend, Steph Catley says the Matildas should shoot for a first piece of silverware in seven years when they play at the Algarve Cup next month.

The Australian national women's soccer team has risen to be the world No. 6 under coach Alen Stajcic after recording quarterfinal appearances at the most recent World Cup and Olympics.

They resume duties this week for the first time since the Rio Games last August, coming into camp to prepare for the Portugal-based...

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic named squad for Algarve Cup

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic
Alen Stajcic has named an expanded squad for the Algarve Cup.

Coach Alen Stajcic has drafted in Matildas old and new as he looks to revitalise the national women's soccer team for their next challenges.

With one eye on the 2020 Olympic Games and another on next month's Algarve Cup, Stajcic has invited 25 footballers for a training camp in Canberra this week. Regulars, including Steph Catley, Lisa De Vanna, Katrina Gorry and Lydia Williams, have been called up alongside five players aged under 19.

At 15, Melbourne City midfielder Jacynta Galabadaarachchi is...