The 25-year-old Sydneysider will be looking to join the century mark alongside team-mates Cheryl Salisbury and Joanne Peters, as well as retired defender Anissa Tann.
The Australian team will face up to the perennial superpower of women?s football, and current World number two the U.S. on April 27 in Cary, North Carolina and May 3rd in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Matildas are preparing for May?s AFC Women?s Asian Cup and will be hoping to go one better than the 2006 edition of the tournament where they narrowly missed out on being crowned champions losing the final against China on penalties in Adelaide.
Sunday, April 27 USA v Australia – Cary, kick-off 7pm local time
Tuesday, April 29 Australia v Carolina Railhawks – Cary, kick-off TBC
Saturday, May 3 USA v Australia – Birmingham, kick-off 5pm local time
The 2008 AFC Women’s Asian Cup will be held from May 28 ? June 8, 2008, in a venue yet to be decided.