Aussies Abroad: Devlin and Boyle score in Europe, Hrustic and Circati begin league seasons in Italy

Ajdin Hrustic and Alessandro Circati will kick off their seasons in Italy while Cameron Devlin and Martin Boyle found the back of the net in the UEFA Conference League during the week.

Check out our wrap of all the recent Aussies Abroad action and preview of what is to come!

Subway Socceroos

Starting in Scotland, where Cameron Devlin played 98 minutes and scored two goals as Heart of Midlothian overturned an 2-1 first-leg loss to beat Rosenborg 3-1 and advance in the third round of UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying on Friday.

Kye Rowles also played a full game alongside Nathaniel Atkinson. They could return to action in the Scottish League Cup alongside Subway Olyroo Calem Nieuwenhof on Sunday at 11pm (AEST) when they host Partick Thistle.

Martin Boyle was also on the scoresheet in UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying on Friday. He played 75 minutes and scored the second goal of the match as Hibernian beat Luzern 3-1 on aggregate. Olyroo Lewis Miller also played a full game while James Jeggo came off the bench in the 52nd minute.

They could also feature in the Scottish League Cup on Monday at 12am (AEST) when Hibs host Raith Rovers.

Maty Ryan also started for AZ Alkmaar's 2-0 Europa Conference League win over FC Santa Coloma on Friday.

They return to Eredivisie action on Monday at 12:45am (AEST) when they face RKC Waalwijk. 

 James Holland also started and played the full 62 minutes for Austria Vienna in a 5-3 loss to Legia Warszawa in the Europa Conference League on Friday.

The Austrian Bundesliga will continue for Vienna when they host Wolfsberg on Monday at 1am (AEST). 

Over to England, where Alexander Robertson made his first start for Portsmouth with an impressive 81 minute display in a 1-0 win over Exeter City on Wednesday. 

READ MORE: Robertson impresses on starting Pompey debut

Fellow Aussies, Kusini Yengi was an unused substitute. The pair are likely to be in action again on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when they host Cheltenham. 

Elsewhere in League One, Kenny Dougall came off in the 77th minute for Blackpool in their 0-0 draw with Port Vale on Wednesday. He could feature again on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when they face Leyton Orient. 

Callum Elder also came off the bench in the 68th minute for Derby County on Wednesday in League One as they lost 2-1 to Oxford United. He is likely to feature again on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when they face Fleetwood.

In the Championship, Riley McGree is likely to be in action alongside Subway Olyroo Sammy Silvera for Middlesbrough when they look for their first win of the season against Huddersfield on Sunday at 12am (AEST). Fellow Socceroo Tom Glover is also expected to be on the bench. 

Massimo Luongo and fellow Aussie Cameron Burgess are also predicted to feature for Ipswich Town face QPR on Sunday at 12am (AEST) in the Championship. Ipswich are top of the league after back-to-back wins to start the season. 

In other Championship action, Harry Souttar's Leicester City face Cardiff City on Sunday at 12am (AEST).

Back over to the Netherlands, Garang Kuol could feature again for Volendam against Go Ahead Eagles on Sunday at 4am (AEST). Kuol came off the bench to make his debut in their last match. 

In Italy, Ajdin Hrustic is a chance to feature for Hellas Verona when they kick off their Serie A season against Empoli on Sunday at 2:30am (AEST).  Hellas Verona dramatically survived relegation through the play-offs last season so they will be hoping to avoid that scenario all together this season. 

hrustic survives relegation with hellas
Photo credit: Getty Images.

In Serie B, Alessandro Circati could feature for Parma when they kick off their season against Feralpisalò on Monday at 4:30am (AEST).

Back to Scotland, where Marco Tilio could also make his competitive Celtic debut when they travel to Kilmarnock on Sunday at 9pm (AEST) in the Scottish League Cup. 

Elsewhere in the Scottish League Cup, Keanu Baccus and Ryan Strain's St Mirren look to advance on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when they host Motherwell. 

Over to Belgium, where  Jordan Bos could start again for KVC Westerlo when they look to pick up their first win of the campaign against Anderlecht on Sunday at 9:30pm (AEST). 

Elsewhere in Belgium, Aiden O'Neill could make another start for Standard Liege when they face Cercle Brugge on Sunday at 12am (AEST). O'Neill has started every game of the season so far. 

Jason Davidson could also be in action when KAS Eupen look to continue their unbeaten start to the season against K.V. Kortrijk
on Monday at 3:15am (AEST). 

Over to Germany, where Jackson Irvine and Connor Metcalfe are likely to be in action in the 2.Bundesliga when St. Pauli face SpVgg Greuther Fürth on Saturday at 9pm (AEST). 

Milos Degenek could also start again for FK Crvena Zvezda in Serbia when they face FK Spartak Subotica on Sunday at 4:30am (AEST). 

In Norway, the Eliteserien will continue for Gianni Stensness, Nick D'Agostino, and Subway Olyroo Patrick Yazbek's Viking Fotballklubb when they face Stabæk Fotball on Monday at 1am (AEST). Viking are on a nine-game winning streak in the league.

In Spain, Awer Mabil could be in action for Cadiz when they continue the Laliga season on Monday at 3:30am (AEST) when they face Barcelona. 

Denis Genreau could also be in action when Toulouse continue the Ligue 1 season against PSG  on Sunday at 5am (AEST).

Over to Asia, where Thomas Deng is likely to be in action when Albirex Niigata travel to Avispa Fukuoka on Friday at 8pm (AEST) in the J1 League. 

Mitch Langerak's Nagoya Grampus also host Urawa Reds on Friday at 8:30pm (AEST) in the J1 League. 

Mitch Duke is likely to feature in the J2 League again on Saturday at 7pm (AEST) as Machida Zelvia face Shimizu S Pulse. Machida are eight points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand. 

In the K1 League, Harrison Delbridge could also be in action for Incheon United on Friday at 8:30pm (AEST) when they face Aaron Calver's Gwangju. 

Jason Cummings scored his first goal for Mohun Bagan in a 3-1 win over Nepalese outfit Machhindra FC in the second preliminary round of the AFC Cup 

Subway Olyroos

Starting in England, where Nicholas Bilokapic was in goal as Peterborough United beat Barnsley 3-1 on Wednesday in League One. He could feature again when they face Northampton Town on Sunday at 12am (AEST). 

Jay Rich-Baghuelou is also likely to feature in League One action when Accrington Stanley face Gillingham on Sunday at 12am (AEST). 

Nectarios Triantis could feature in the Championship on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when Sunderland host Rotherham.

In the Netherlands, Dylan Ryan could feature for FC Den Bosch continue their Eerste Divisie season against Helmond Sport on Saturday at 4am (AEST). 

Josh Rawlins could also feature in the Eerste Divisie for Jong FC Utrecht when they face Groningenon Tuesday at 4am (AEST). 

Over to Portugal, where Hosine Bility could appear for Mafra in the LigaPro when they continue their season against F.C. Paços de Ferreira on Saturday at 8pm (AEST).

More Aussies in Action

  • In Germany, the Regionalliga West will continue for Jacob Italiano as his Borussia M'gladbach II face Schalke 04 II
     on Saturday at 10pm (AEST). 
  • Cameron Burgess could also feature in the Championship when Ipswich Town FC face QPR on Sunday at 12am (AEST). 
  • In League One, Jack Iredale could be in action for Bolton when they face Wigan Athletic FC on Saturday at 9:30pm (AEST). He played 90 minutes on Wednesday as Bolton beat Fleetwood Town 3-1.
  • Ashley Maynard-Brewer is also likely to feature for Charlton on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when they face Port Vale. He was in goal on Wednesday as they lost 2-1 to Bristol Rovers. 
  • Kusini Yengi could appear again for Portsmouth on Sunday at 12am (AEST) when they host Cheltenham. 
  • In the Championship, Zak Gilsenan could feature when Blackburn face Rotherham on Sunday at 12am (AEST).
  • Tete Yengi is also a chance to play in Finland for Kuopion Palloseura when they face SJK on Sunday at 11pm (AEST).
  • Mohamed Toure could feature again for Paris FC in Ligue 2 against PAU on Sunday at 3am (AEST).
  • In the J2 League, Stefan Mauk could be in action when Fagiano Okayama face Oita Trinita on Saturday at 8pm (AEST).
  • In the K1 League, Alex Grant is likely to start for Pohang Steelers when they face Daejon Hana on Sunday at 8pm (AEST).
  • Aaron Calver's Gwangju face Incheon United on Friday at 8:30pm (AEST) in the K1 League.
  • Elsewhere in the K1 League, Lachlan Jackson's Suwon FC face Gangwon on Saturday at 8pm (AEST). 
  • In the Maylasian Super League, Shane Lowry could be in action for Johor Darul Ta'zim when they face Kedah on Saturday at 11pm (AEST). 
  • Giancarlo Gallifuoco and Ryan Lambert's Kuala Lumpur City will also face Penang on Friday at 10:15pm (AEST) in the Malaysia Cup Round of 16.