Wednesday's with us again and that means it's time for another round-up of what's making news in and around Glory HQ.
Injury news? What injury news?!
For the first time this season, Head Coach Kenny Lowe is poised to have a fully-fit squad at his disposal for Sunday's crunch clash with Melbourne Victory at nib Stadium.
Andreu and Diego Castro both trained normally on Wednesday, suggesting that they have shaken off their respective niggles and Joel Chianese is also expected to recover from a minor groin complaint.
And with Liam Reddy available again after serving his one-match ban, Lowe has some enjoyable selection headaches to contend with ahead of the Round 24 showdown.
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Perth-based supporters will get not one but two chances to get up close and personal with the Matildas in the coming days.
Sam Kerr and co are holding an open training session at nib Stadium on Saturday (starting at 6.30pm) and will be taking part in a photo and autograph session afterwards.
And then on Monday, there's a chance to see Alen Stajcic's side finalise their preparations for next month's AFC Asian Women's Cup when they meet Thailand in a friendly, also at nib Stadium.
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Our PGFC Academy sides have impressed in the NPLWA so far this term, with the first team currently running second having won three and drawn one of their opening four games.
Joe Knowles has led from the front by bagging four goals in the last two outings, while Jake Brimmer and Daniel Stynes will also be looking to get on the scoresheet for a third consecutive week when John Gibson's side host ECU Joondalup on Saturday.
The Under-18s get the action underway at 11am, with the Under-20s starting at 1pm and the first-team game set to kick off at 3pm.
With the NPLWA games on Saturday, our Hyundai A-League fixture on Sunday and the Matildas in action on Monday, there's an absolute feast of football in prospect!