We've already ensured a top-two finish and we have the chance to secure a third Westfield W-League Premiership this Sunday at Suncorp Stadium.
Take a look below at all you need to know for Sunday's clash against Canberra United.
Key matchday info
Gates to Suncorp Stadium open at 3pm ahead of a 3:30pm kick-off. From 2pm, if you have a pre-purchased game ticket or a stadium membership card you can travel free to and from Suncorp Stadium on all regular network-wide Brisbane City Council buses and Queensland Rail City Network trains (excludes Brisbane City Council ferries, the G: and Airtrain services).
One ticket grants the holder entry to BOTH Westfield W-League and Hyundai A-League matches at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday. Grab your tickets HERE.
What needs to happen for us to win the Premiership?
A Brisbane win or a draw against Canberra United on Sunday afternoon will see the Roar Women secure a record-equalling third Westfield W-League Premiership.
If Canberra are to get the points, and keep their own finals chances alive, the Roar would still finish top if Sydney FC are unable to beat Western Sydney. That match kicks-off half-hour before the Roar-Canberra affair at Suncorp Stadium.
Just how good have we been so far this season?
Defensively, no side comes close to us. We've kept six clean sheets in 11 matches so far this season, conceding just 11 goals. Just three of those goals have come on the road where we've taken 16 points from a possible 18. We are also the only side in the Westfield W-League that is yet to concede inside the opening 15 minutes.
Our passing has been another cornerstone of a successful season to date. We have the second-best passing accuracy in the league (4844 passes @ 74.8%) with Katrina Gorry not only leading the side, but the entire Westfield W-League with 398 passes at 67.1%.
In attack, Allira Toby is our leading goal-scorer with six goals to her name. She bagged her sixth goal of the season in last week's win against Adelaide United during our most profitable period of play - we have scored more goals (five) than any other side between 61 and 75 minutes.
How do we shape up against Canberra United?
The visitors have the third best attacking record in the league but no sides comes close in terms of chance conversion. They’ve netted 23 goals, converting more than one in every shots they have. At the back, the Roar’s defensive record is second to none with keeper Mackenzie Arnold keeping a league-high six clean sheets.
Conceding five goals against the Jets now sees Canberra’s defence up there with the leakiest in the league – they’ve kept just one clean sheet whilst conceding 23 goals this season. Both sides has also scored the majority of their goals after half-time and neither have dropped a single point after scoring first.
What details are confirmed for Week 1 of the Westfield W-League Finals Series?
Regardless of results in Round 14, the Roar cannot finish lower than second and will therefore host a semi-final next weekend. Details surrounding that fixture will be announced following the conclusion of the final round.