The football continues to come thick and fast as we approach the festive period with a number of Caltex Socceroos in action this weekend around the globe.
Here's where some of our Aussie stars are playing over the next few days.
RYAN, MOOY IN EPL
Mat Ryan's Brighton and Hove Albion will be looking to snap a three-game losing streak when they host Burnley on Sunday morning.
Meantime, Aaron Mooy will travel with Huddersfield Town to Watford for a crucial mid-table clash.
Bailey Wright's Bristol City will look to continue their good recent run as they seek a fourth straight win at home against Nottingham Forest.
Buoyed by a 3-2 win over Brentford in their last outing, Jackson Irvine's Hull City are on the road at second-placed Cardiff City.
And Massimo Luongo will seek to help QPR end a six-game winless streak when they visit fellow strugglers Birmingham City.
THE EUROPEAN CONTINGENT
Tomi Juric's resurgent Swiss side Luzern go in search of a third straight Super League win when they host league leaders Young Boys.
Mathew Leckie and Hertha Berlin have a tough Bundesliga assignment in Germany, visiting third-placed RB Leipzig.
In 2. Bundesliga, Robbie Kruse and VfL Bochum meet St. Pauli.
And Aziz Behich and his Bursaspor side will have their work cut out when they visit Trabzonspor, who have won their last four Turkish Super Lig games.
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