The Philippines qualified for the semi-finals following their victory over Indonesia ©Getty Images

The Philippines continued their perfect record at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Football Federation Women's Championship with victory against Indonesia.

The 4-1 win secured the Philippines' qualification to the knockout round from group A while Indonesia's elimination was also confirmed at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila.

Indonesia went into the half-time break 1-0 up thanks to Carla Patinnasarany who dispossessed Inna Palacios in front of goal and easily finished to give her side a shock lead.

However, it was not long before the hosts equalised courtesy of Tahnai Annis.

Following that the hosts asserted their dominance with Sarina Bolden bagging an eight-minute hat-trick with the first inside 58 minutes.

Substitute Sara Eggesvik was to thank for the first as she went on a mazy run beating multiple defenders before putting it on a plate for Bolden.

Thailand occupy second place, the last qualification position for the semi-finals, after cruising past Malaysia 4-0 at Biñan Football Stadium.

Somneuk Ploychompoo opened the scoring from close range after 25 minutes before second-half goals from Aupachai Pattaranan, U-raiporn Yongkul, and Nutwadee Pram Nak closed out the victory.

Australia Under-23s maintained their challenge for a top-two finish in group A as they beat Singapore 4-1 in the capital.

Melissa Andreatta's team raced to a two-goal cushion at half-time thanks to captain Winonah Heatley's 11th-minute header and Sarah Hunter's powerful finish six minutes later.

The Matildas then got their third goal of the game moments after the break.

Hana Lowry scored in the 47th minute despite the best efforts of Singaporean goalkeeper Noor Kusumawati Mohammed Rosman.

Substitute forward Sheridan Lea Gallagher then scored the Matildas’ fourth goal of the game in the 70th minute with a shot from outside the box.

Competition is set to continue tomorrow with two fixtures in group B as Cambodia take on Timor-Leste and Vietnam face Myanmar.