It was an eventful weekend for our Socceroos based in England with a couple of midfielders particularly impressing for their clubs.
It's Monday, which means it's time for us to wrap up all of the weekend's Aussies Abroad action!
It was a top weekend at the office for both Kenny Dougall and Riley McGree, who played important roles as their clubs came away with important victories.
For Dougall, a solid shift in the centre of the park helped Blackpool to a third-straight victory, prevailing 1-0 away to Sheffield United.
After an up-and-down start to the season, the newly-promoted Seasiders have quietly built up a solid run of form, and now sit sixth with 15 matches played.
It has been a similar story for McGree's Birmingham, who are slowly but surely working their way up the Championship ladder - with the Socceroos youngster among those at the core of their rise.
McGree was handed another start in the centre of the park during the Blues' 2-0 win away to Middlebrough, which has them now sitting 14th in the league.
On the other hand, Halloween weekend sprung up a horror result for Harry Souttar's Stoke City, who gave up a 3-0 lead in the second half to draw 3-3 at home to struggling Cardiff. It was also another difficult outing for Callum Elder's Hull City, who fell 1-0 at home to Coventry City.
Bailey Wright will also be looking to forget this weekend as soon as possible, after being introduced halfway through Sunderland's 5-1 defeat to Rotherham.
On a brighter note, the Socceroos defender has a glamour League Cup tie to look forward to, with the Black Cats drawn against Arsenal in the quarter-finals.
Moving to Germany, where Ajdin Hrustic started and played an hour for Eintracht Frankfurt as they took on RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga.
A 94th-minute equaliser was enough for Hrustic's side to come away with a 1-1 draw.
After playing a tough 120 minutes in the Cup midweek, Jackson Irvine was introduced as a second-half substitute in St. Pauli's 1-1 draw with Werder Bremen.
While it saw their win streak come to an end, the result maintains a one-point lead on top of the 2. Bundesliga with 12 games played.
It was a similar story for Denis Genreau in France, as he was subbed on in the 58th minute of Toulouse's 2-2 draw with Guingamp.
Toulouse also remain in pole position for promotion, one point clear of Sochaux after 14 rounds.
In Belgium, Trent Sainsbury played 90 minutes as KV Kortrijk drew 1-1 away to Standard Liege, while in the second tier, Daniel Arzani again started for Lommel as they lost 3-2 to RWD Molenbeek.
Finally, Jimmy Jeggo played an hour for Aris Thessalonki in Greece as they were defeated 2-1 by AEK Athens away from home, while it was a tough result for Lawrence Thomas in net for SønderjyskE, as they shipped six to Silkeborg.