Teresa's Matildas Aim

Sydney FC may be flying high in the W-League, but Teresa Polias has declared Saturday's match against Melbourne Victory will be all about redemption.

Sydney FC may be flying high in the W-League, but Teresa Polias has declared Saturday's match against Melbourne Victory will be all about redemption.

The Sky Blues were beaten 2-1 by their southern rivals in Round 4, and despite defeating reigning champions Canberra United at the weekend, the midfielder says the team are still hurting.

"We'll be coming out firing and trying to get a bit of redemption," said Polias.

"We're still hurting from the loss a month or so ago. It's another huge game for us and hopefully we can get one back on them."

Polias took out Sydney's Player's Player of the Year award last season and was rewarded for her good form with a call up to the Matildas squad. With Tom Sermanni leaving for the United States, the 21-year old is hoping some good performances this year will impress the incoming national team coach.

"With a new coach coming in it's a clean slate for everyone, so everyone will be looking to prove their point," she said.

"It's a congested area in the midfield, and there are a lot of players in the Matildas that are quite versatile. You need to be constantly playing to your best.

"As long as I'm performing as well as I can for my team, I suppose you can hope that the rest falls into place."

Having now beaten both of last year's Grand Finalists Polias says it sends a message to the rest of the league, especially with the table so congested.

"It's a reminder that we're still around and although we had a couple of losses we're back on track now."

"The win on the weekend really lifted us so hopefully we can stay up there and make the finals."

The match at Wembley Park, Box Hill, Melbourne kicks off at 4pm.

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