England were made to settle for a 1-1 draw against Australia in their international women's friendly on Tuesday at Craven Cottage.
Matildas coach Alen Stajcic says Tuesday's 1-1 draw with England showed that his side can compete with the best countries in the world.
England's women's team beat Brazil 1-0 at Meadow Lane on Saturday with Fran Kirby scoring the only goal of the game.
An understrength Australia suffered a 2-0 defeat against Women's World Cup hosts France in a friendly in Saint Etienne early on Saturday (AEST).
Jada Mathyssen-Whyman is in line for her Matildas debut after being named in a youth-focused squad for upcoming games against France and England.
The Matildas will return to action on home soil in November with matches against Chile in Penrith and Newcastle.
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De Vanna scored either side of half-time, with Chloe Logarzo, Alex Chidiac and Larissa Crummer also on the scoresheet in front of 7,549 fans.
Phil Neville admitted England Women were "beaten by the better team" in a 1-0 loss to the United States but challenged his players to learn from it.
Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has said female footballers are less able to handle "banter" than their male counterparts.
Not even lightning can stop the Matildas or Sam Kerr, who scored another double in Australia's 5-1 defeat of China on Sunday.