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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 21: The Australian Matildas line up before the international women's friendly match between the Australian Matildas and Vietnam at WIN Jubilee Stadium on May 21, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

MATILDAS BEGIN BUILD UP TO SERIES AGAINST BRAZIL

Hunter footballer Emily van Egmond has arrived back in Australia to prepare for the Matildas’ two-game series against Brazil.
A host of her teammates visited a school in Sydney this morning, conducing training drills with students.
Game one at Penrith is a sellout, while more than 12,500 tickets have been sold for the September 19 clash at McDonald Jones Stadium.
“This is just the very beginning of it, we’ve still got a massive cycle with the World Cup and Olympics and it’s just the start, to get the Australian public on board early while we’re starting that campaign is incredible.”

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