Canada have beaten Australia for the second time in four days as they came from behind to defeat the Matildas 2-1 in Sydney on Tuesday night.
After a 1-0 loss on Saturday, Australia got off to the perfect start when Mary Fowler opened the scoring inside three minutes after being picked out by Sam Kerr in the box.
The Matildas went on to dominate the first 45 minutes but were unable to extend their lead.
Canada, who had a quiet first-half, returned to the pitch with new energy and found themselves level in the 48th minute when Adriana Leon volleyed home from close range.
Leon also struck on Saturday and that confidence in front of goal showed just 16 minutes later as she put Canada ahead after a delightful through ball from teenager Jade Rose.
The Matildas pushed for an equaliser in the final 20 minutes but Canada dug in well to hang for another win.