Mitch Langerak will target a fifth consecutive clean sheet for Nagoya Grampus this weekend, while Milos Degenek's Red Star look to continue their rich vein of form and Tom Rogic prepares for an Old Firm Derby.
Check out where our Socceroos plying their trade overseas will be in action over the next few days.
Socceroos and Nagoya Grampus shotstopper Langerak will be vying for his fifth clean sheet of the season when he gloves up against Kashima Antlers on Sunday.
Langerak's side are flying high in the J.League with five wins from five to start the season and have not conceded a goal in their last four outings.
An Old Firm Derby awaits Rogic and his Celtic in the final matchday of the regular season.
Rangers have already claimed the title after going the season undefeated and hold a staggering 20 point advantage over their fierce rivals.
However, there is always pride to play for in these matches and all three points could give Celtic some bragging rights.
Elsewhere, Martin Boyle and Jackson Irvine will be in action for Hibernian as they visit Livingston on Saturday.
Both Socceroos enter this fixture fresh from being named in the SPFL’s team of the week for their standout performances against Ross County last time out.
Harry Souttar will be in the heart of defence for Stoke City when they host Derby County on Saturday.
A 0-0 draw at Cardiff has revived the Potters play-off hopes as they come up against a Derby outfit who are amid a relegation battle.
In Denmark, Awer Mabil’s Midtjylland’s regular season finishes with a home tie against Vejle Boldklub on Sunday.
A four point gap ahead of the final weekend means that they will not be able to catch leaders Brondby and will have to wait until the finals series before they can get their revenge.
Alex Gersbach and Daniel Arzani will have a challenging task on the horizon as they meet Brondby.
In the Greek Super League, James Jeggo’s Aris kick off the championship series with an away clash at Olympiacos on Sunday.
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The playoff series consists of the top six sides from the regular season however the new group sees every side start afresh.
Heading to Belgium where Trent Sainsbury will be featuring for Kortrijk when they return to Pro League action on Saturday with a trip to Eupen.
This match will act as a relegation six-pointer with Eupen sitting just above Sainsbury’s side in 13th position.
Meanwhile, Danny Vukovic’s Genk will be taking to the pitch on Friday night when they entertain Standard Liege.
In the Bundesliga, Mathew Leckie and his Hertha Berlin have a date with Bayer Leverkusen while Ajdin Hrustic’s Eintracht Frankfurt host Hertha’s neighbours, Union, on the Saturday.
In Turkey, Aziz Behich will be in defence for Kayserispor when they visit Fatih Karagumruk on Friday.
Milos Degenek’s FK Crvena Zvezda will be looking to extend their unbeaten record when they host Mladost Lucani on Saturday.
Kenny Dougall and his Blackpool take on Oxford United in their League One affair on Saturday.
In the 2. Bundesliga, Brandon Borrello’s Fortuna Dusseldorf host leaders Bochum on Monday night.
Closer to home, Brandon O’Neill and his Buriram United entertain Prachuap FC on Sunday.