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Scotland will play Australia in a Vauxhall international challenge game at the Falkirk Stadium on Thursday 9th April, kick off 2.30pm.
Anna Signeul's team have just returned from the 2015 Cyprus Cup where they managed to beat the Korean Republic and the Netherlands. Scotland will start their UEFA Euro 2017 qualification campaign in September with the qualifying groups drawn on 15th April.
Australia - ranked number 10 in the world - are busy gearing up for this summer's FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada, where they are in Group D alongside Sweden, Nigeria and the United States.
It will be the first time the two countries have met since Scotland defeated Australia 4-2 at the 2014 Cyprus Cup.
Entry to Scotland's clash with Australia is by cash gate and is FREE for supporters under the age of 16 and just £5 for adults. The match kicks off at 2.30pm.
Notes on 'kids go free' offer:
* Free child entry applies to children aged under 16
* As per standard stadium safety regulations, every four children must be accompanied by a paying adult (adult ticket price £5)
* Offer is subject to availability
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