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Milica Mijatovic's plan was simple: Win the W-League Grand Final with Melbourne City on Saturday, then fly home to Serbia on Sunday. But things didn't go to plan.

Mijatovic won the W-League championship on March 21 but, unlike her foreign teammates, she didn't get to fly home as Serbia closed its borders and airports due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving her stuck in Melbourne for the foreseeable future.

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Melbourne City have become the first team to claim four W-League championships, completing an unbeaten season with a 1-0 victory over Sydney FC at AAMI Park.

City captain Steph Catley scored Saturday afternoon's only goal in the 15th minute and was named best afield for a superb individual performance, although Sydney more than held their own against the premiers.

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Sydney FC W-League skipper and Grand Final regular Teresa Polias admits it's been more difficult than usual to focus on what will be her sixth appearance in a season decider.

But more than anything Polias feels fortunate that the Australian women's showpiece game against Melbourne City at AAMI Park on Saturday is set to proceed, while so many other sporting events have fallen by the wayside due to the coronavirus situation.

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