Aussies Abroad: Ryan progresses in Europe, McGree assists & Dougall scores

With one last weekend of action before our Socceroos report for international duty, Maty Ryan has progressed in the UEFA Europa Conference League, Riley McGree assisted again and Kenny Dougall scored. 

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

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Starting in the Netherlands, where Maty Ryan was in goal again as AZ Alkmaar progressed in the UEFA Europa Conference League on Friday with a 2-1 (3-2 aggregate) win over Lazio in the Round of 16.

In the English Championship, Riley McGree played 90 minutes and assisted Chuba Akpom's 23rd-minute strike with a neat square ball, but it was not enough to secure a win as Middlesbrough drew 1-1 with Stoke City on Wednesday.

The draw sees Boro extend their unbeaten home run to 10 Championship games and close the gap to the automatic promotion spots to three points.

McGree could be in action again when Middlesbrough face Preston on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

Elsewhere in the Championship, Kenny Dougall came on for Blackpool FC in the 70th minute and scored a goal in a 6-1 win over Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday.

He is likely to be in action again when they entertain Coventry on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

Tom Rogic also came off the bench in the 70th minute as West Brom drew 1-1 with Cardiff City on Thursday. 

Callum Elder started and played 63 minutes as Hull City lost 3-1 to league leaders Burnley on Thursday. He will likely start again on Sunday when Hull face Reading at 2am (AEDT). 

In the Premier League, Harry Souttar is likely to feature when Leicester City travel to Brentford on Sunday at 2am (AEDT).

16th-placed Leicester, who have lost four straight league games, will be looking over their shoulders with concern as they aim to avoid defeat against ninth-placed Brentford. 

Elsewhere in the Championship, Bailey Wright could appear in Rotherham United's tie against Cardiff City on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

In League One, Massimo Luongo could be in line to feature for Ipswich Town FC again in a clash with Shrewsbury on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

In Scotland, Aaron Mooy will be hoping Celtic can continue their winning run when they host James Jeggo's Hibernian on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

Celtic stayed on course for a domestic treble after cruising to a 3-0 Scottish Cup quarter-final win at Hearts last weekend with Mooy scoring another goal. 

Mooy has been involved in eight goals in his past seven games for Celtic, with three goals and five assists.

Elsewhere in Scotland, Keanu Baccus and Ryan Strain are also likely to be in action when St Mirren face Aziz Behich's Dundee United on Sunday at 2am (AEDT).

Behich scored in United's last match to clinch a point that saw the club pick up their first point in eight games as they aim to build momentum heading into the final ten games of the season. 

Cameron DevlinKye Rowles, Nathaniel Atkinson and Garang Kuol could also be in action when Heart of Midlothian face Aberdeen on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

Ryan McGowan's St Johnstone also take on Kilmarnock on Sunday at 2am (AEDT).

In the Scottish Championship, Dylan McGowan is a chance to feature in Hamilton Academical's match against Ayr on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

McGowan has been struggling with a calf injury and missed the club's last match, however, they are hopeful he can return for the clash with Ayr. 

In Germany, both Connor Metcalfe and Jackson Irvine will be looking to continue their impressive run of form when St Pauli travel to SV Sandhausen on Sunday at 11:30pm (AEDT) in the 2. Bundesliga. 

Irvine has been in fantastic form of late with two goals and an assist in his last four matches as St Pauli extended their winning run to seven games in a row. 

Irvine was also named in the team of the week for his performance against SpVgg Greuther Fürth last weekend.

READ MORE: Irvine praises club teammate Connor Metcalfe after recent form

In Czechia, Awer Mabil could be in action for AC Sparta Prague against FC Hradec Králové on Sunday at 1am (AEDT). 

In France's Ligue 1, Denis Genreau could be in action when Toulouse FC host LOSC Lille on Sunday at 3am (AEDT).

In Serie B, Fran Karacic could feature when Brescia Calcio face Genoa Sunday at 12am (AEDT).

In Belgium, Jason Davidson's KAS Eupen face Gent in the Belgian Pro League on Monday at 5:15am (AEDT). KAS Eupen are 14th in the league, three points above the drop zone. 

In Norway, Nick D'Agostino is a chance to feature alongside Gianni Stensness when Viking FK face FK Bodø/Glimt in the Norwegian Cup fourth round on Sunday at 2:15am (AEDT). 

In Austria, James Holland is a chance to be in action for FK Austria Wien in the Austrian Bundesliga against Rapi Wein on Monday at 3am (AEDT). 

The J1 League continues on Saturday at 5pm (AEDT) for Thomas Deng's Albirex Niigata as they look to continue their unbeaten start to the season against Urawa Reds. 

Deng was a colossus in Niigata's last match with 100% duels won, 96% pass accuracy,  2/2 dribbles completed, five clearances and two interceptions completed. 

Elsewhere in the J1 League, Mitch Langerak is also likely to play for Nagoya Grampus when they face FC Tokyo on Saturday at 4pm (AEDT). 

Mitch Duke is expected to feature for Machida Zelvia in the J2 League when they face Montedio Yamagata on Sunday at 4pm (AEDT). Duke has started every game for Machida so far this season as they sit joint top of the table. 

The K1 League also continues with Harrison Delbridge's Incheon United in action against Gwangju on Saturday at 4pm (AEDT). 

Over to Qatar, where Trent Sainsbury is likely to appear again when Al-Wakrah SC face Al Ahli on Sunday at 1am (AEDT).

In the Israeli Premier League play-offs, Nikita Rukavytsya could appear for Maccabi Haifa when they face Ashdod on Sunday at 5am (AEDT). 

The MLS season also continues with Milos Degenek likely to feature again for Columbus Crew against New York Red Bulls on Sunday at 10:30am (AEDT). 

Elsewhere in the US, Brad Smith could also be in action when Houston Dynamo FC face Austin on Sunday at 11:30am (AEDT), while Alex Gersbach could feature for Colorado Rapids again when they face Minnesota on Sunday at 12:30pm (AEDT).

Olyroos and Subway Young Socceroos

In the English Championship, goalkeeper Nicholas Bilokapic was an unused substitute as Huddersfield drew 1-1 with Norwich City on Wednesday. 

He is likely to be on the bench again when Huddersfield face Millwall on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

In League Two, Lachlan Brook came off the bench in the 82nd minute as Crewe Alexandra lost 1-0 to Stevenage on Wednesday. 

He could feature again when Crewe face Northampton Town on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

Elsewhere in League One, Caleb Watts was an unused substitute as Morecambe lost 4-1 to Charlton Athletic on Wednesday. He could be in action for Morecambe against Oxford United on Sunday at 2am (AEDT).

In the Professional Development League, Matt Dench could appear for Charlton Athletic U21 when they face Bristol City U21 on Tuesday at 1am (AEDT). 

In the German 3. Liga, John Iredale started and played 63 minutes as SV Wehen Wiesbaden lost 4-2 to Friegburg II on Thursday.

He could feature again in Germany's 3. Liga when SV Wehen Wiesbaden face SV Waldhof on Sunday at 12am (AEDT).  

In the German Regionalliga West, Jacob Italiano is likely to feature for Borussia Mönchengladbach II against Bocholt on Sunday at 12am (AEDT).

In Scotland, Lewis Miller could be in action when Hibernian face Celtic on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 

In Premier League 2 Division 1, Cameron Peupion is likely to feature when Brighton & Hove Albion U21 face Fulham U21 on Sunday at 3am (AEDT). 

In the Premier League Professional Development League, Jordan Harrison could feature for Watford U21 against QPR U21 on Tuesday at 12am (AEDT). 

In the Norweigan Cup, Patrick Yazbek could appear for Viking FK against FK Bodø/Glimt in the Norwegian Cup fourth round on Sunday at 2:15am (AEDT). 

Dylan Ryan could also be in action in the Eerste Divisie when FC Den Bosch face Dordrecht on Saturday at 6am (AEDT). 

More Aussies in Action

  • In Italy's Serie A, Cristian Volpato could feature for AS Roma when they face Lazio on Monday at 4am (AEDT). Volpato was an unused substitute in the 0-0 (2-0 aggregate win) Europa League draw over Real Sociedad on Friday.
  • In Serie B, Alessandro Circati may be in action when Parma face Como on Sunday at 12am (AEDT). 
  • In Greece, Apostolos Stamatelopoulos is a chance to feature for PAS Giannina against Lamia on Sunday at 6am (AEDT) in the Super League play-off.
  • In the English Championship, Dean Bouzanis could feature when Reading face Hull City on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). Bouzanis was an unused substitute in a 2-1 loss against Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday.
  • In League One, Cameron Burgess could play when Ipswich Town FC face Shrewsbury on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). 
  • Elsewhere in League One, goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer could be in action for Charlton Athletic against Cambridge United on Sunday at 2am (AEDT).  Maynard-Brewer was in goal in a 4-1 win over Morecambe on Wednesday.
  • In League Two, Tete Yengi could feature again for Northampton Town when they face Crewe Alexandra on Sunday at 2am (AEDT). Yengi came off the bench in the 77th minute in a 1-0 win over Mansfield Town on Wednesday.
  • In Scotland, Mark Birighitti is likely to be in goal for Dundee United when they face St Mirren on Sunday at 2am (AEDT).
  • In the J2 League, Stefan Mauk is likely to be in action when Fagiano Okayama face Ventforet Kofu on Sunday at 4pm (AEDT).
  • In the K1 League, Alex Grant could be in action when Pohang Steelers face Aaron Calver's Gangwon on Saturday at 4pm (AEDT).
  • Elsewhere in the K1 League, Lachlan Jackson could be in action for Suwon Samsung Bluewings when they play Daejeon Hana on Sunday at 4pm (AEDT).
  • Elsewhere in the K2 League, Patrick Flottmann could feature for Seongnam FC when they face Anyang on Sunday at 6pm (AEDT).