Fulham's Craven Cottage has long been a home away from home for the Australians with friendlies regularly occurring at the London venue since the 1990s.
The Canadian team is suffering an incredibly lean period as they again struggled in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying failing to make the final round of qualifying, the hex.
The match up marks a return to Canada for three of the biggest moments in their football history, with probably the biggest coming in 1993 as they faced Australia in a World Cup Qualifier.
That match marked the debut of Mark Schwarzer, the only man from that match still in either team's squad and he became a hero in the penalty shoot-out that saw Australia advance.
Before that though was Canada's first ever A-International which saw them take on Australia in 1924.
The last moment came while current Socceroos manager Holger Osieck was in charge of the Canadian national team.
Osieck was able to lead Canada to a remarkably shocking victory in the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2000 as Canada became, and remain, the only country outside of the USA or Mexico to claim the title.
Both Canada and Osieck's fortunes have changed dramatically since then with Canada in dire straights while Osieck has the axe hanging over his head as fans call for his head after too many lackluster performances.