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THEIR immediate focus is on the Algarve Cup, but Sam Kerr says the Matildas are also eyeing this year’s Asian Cup and will be disappointed if they don’t win it.

Australia are currently in Portugal for the 12-team invitational Algarve Cup, where they have been grouped with China, Norway and hosts Portugal.

Their first match is against Norway on Wednesday and while the tournament is preparation for April’s Asian Cup, Kerr says Australia are taking it very seriously.

“Any time we get the opportunity to play for the Matildas we want to win,” she said.

Sam Kerr is facing a few busy months with the Matildas.
Sam Kerr is facing a few busy months with the Matildas.Source: Getty Images

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