When your Westfield W-League stars will be in action for Round 3

Westfield W-League fans will have to wait a few extra days to see their favourite stars in action, as the Westfield Matildas take on Chile in the Seven Consulting International Series. 

Only three days after the second international, however, Melbourne City host Melbourne Victory in the first Melbourne Derby of the Westfield W-League.

Want to know when your team is playing? Check out all the details below. 

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Melbourne City v Melbourne Victory

Victory visit their three-time reigning Grand Final winning neighbours looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season. The visitors sit third after a 2-1 victory over Newcastle Jets last time out, while their rivals bounced back from an opening-weekend humbling at Canberra United by beating Sydney FC 3-1 thanks to Jasmyne Spencer's hat-trick.

Where: AAMI Park
When: Friday, November 16
Kick-off: 7:30pm AEDT

Newcastle Jets v Canberra United

Having sat out Round 1, the Jets are without a point following their defeat to Victory, while Canberra are the early Westfield W-League leaders. Indeed, it has been an enthralling start to the season for United, beating three-time Champions Melbourne City before a remarkable 4-4 draw with Perth Glory last time out.

Where: No.2 Sports Ground
When: Saturday, November 17 
Kick-off: 7:30pm AEDT

Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers

Perth must still be wondering how they salvaged a point from that trip to the capital, having been 4-1 and a player down before staging a stunning comeback. It leaves them with two points from two games, while Western Sydney sit bottom following successive defeats to Sydney FC and Brisbane Roar.

Where: Dorrien Gardens
When: Saturday, November 17
Kick-off: 10pm AEDT (8pm Local Time AWST)

Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United

That win put Brisbane, who opened with a 1-1 draw with Perth, joint top with four points, while Adelaide have a solitary point, having drawn 0-0 with Victory before sitting out Round 2. While attempting to score their first goal of the campaign, United will also be focused on preventing Carson Pickett from adding to her recent heroics. 

Where: Lions Stadium
When: Sunday, November 18
Kick-off: 4pm (AEDT)

Sydney FC will be the ones sitting back and scouting their opposition this week, with the Westfield W-League's fourth placed team on their bye week.