On Friday, Randy Waldrum’s team held Olympic champions Canada to a scoreless draw to kick off their season.
For Thursday’s match against the Matildas, the West Africans have returned to their headquarters in Brisbane.
The Super Falcons are in good spirits going into the game, according to Ebi.
Ebi, who is watching her sixth World Cup, told thenff.com, “We are in really high spirits, I can tell you.
“We are really anticipating our upcoming second game. The Australians won’t be simple, but we knew that going into the competition that no team would be simple.
Australia is in first place in Group B with three points after defeating the Republic of Ireland in their opening match 1-0.
Ireland is in last place in the group with 0 points, followed by Canada and Nigeria with 1 point apiece.