The old is set to become new when Canberra United cross the continent to protect their top-four position against a strengthened W-League rival.
Heather Garriock will send a 16-strong squad to face a winless Perth Glory at Dorrien Gardens on Friday night, in what will be their second clash in five weeks.
Canberra defeated an under-strength Glory 2-0 in their opening match of the season, with American striker Simone Charley booting both of United's goals on her W-League debut.
But this time Perth will be bolstered by the inclusion of Spanish international Celia Jiménez Delgado, Mexican defender Ari Romero, as well as American imports Crystal Thomas and Morgan Andrews.
Striker Hayley Taylor-Young says it feels as if they're preparing to play a completely different Perth outfit to the one they defeated just weeks ago.
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"They didn't have all their strong players in our first game so I think this weekend they've built it up and will have their best squad. It'll be a different game this time," Taylor-Young said.
"I think we just have to focus on this upcoming game rather than the last. They have a different team so we have to focus on that and not the one we played in the first round.
"They'll try play something different to try and get through us so we need to prepare for that.
"We have a video session [on Monday] so we'll go through their game, and ours, to see what we can put together to try and win. It's very important for us to get the three points."
United sit fourth on the W-League ladder heading into their round five clash, having won two and lost just as many matches.
Their position in the top four isn't the only gift Canberra have given their fans for Christmas with the success of their recent charity initiatives.
United partnered with the Salvation Army in a toy drive for their round-four clash at McKellar Park last week.
The club revealed 218 presents had been donated as part of the Christmas appeal and the toys will now be distributed to Salvation Army centres in the ACT and southern NSW, where they will be gifted to families in need.
"It's honestly amazing how many caring hearts are out there," midfielder Olivia Price said.
"A community like Canberra are amazing with the support they do with everything. It's good to be among that."
Round five: Perth Glory v Canberra United at Dorrien Gardens on Friday, 10.15pm