Fox Sports will showcase the next generation of Socceroos stars with LIVE coverage of Australia’s Under-19s Asian Cup campaign beginning tomorrow (Friday 10 October).FOX SPORTS will deliver LIVE and EXCLUSIVE coverage of Australia’s Under19s Asian Cup campaign, which serves as qualification to next year’s World Cup, when they take on the United Arab Emirates (October 10), Indonesia(October 12) and Uzbekistan (October 14) in the Group Stage. FOX SPORTS will continue to provide LIVE coverage of the Young Socceroos’ progression throughout the tournament which culminates on October 23. It all begins tomorrow when Young Socceroos launch their Asian Cup campaign against the U.A.E. at 11.15pm before the Socceroos square off with the U.A.E in the first of two friendlies in the Middle East. ASIAN CUP UNDER 19’S BROADCAST SCHEDULE Friday, 10 October: Australia v U.A.E, LIVE at 11.15pm* on FOX SPORTS 1HD & 1 Sunday, 12 October: Australia v Indonesia at 8.00pm on FOX SPORTS 1HD & 1 Tuesday, 14 October: Australia v Uzbekistan at 10.55pm on FOX SPORTS 2HD & 2 * Joined in Progress
Aussies Abroad: Milligan and Rogic locked in Scotland, big wins for Amini and Giannou
Tom Rogic and Mark Milligan locked horns as the Scottish Premier League's runaway leaders, Celtic, were held by Hibernian in a stalemate at Easter Road. The Caltex Socceroo pair shared the pitch for around ten minutes as steely midfielder Milligan bustled for 70 minutes, while
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It may be an Easter long-weekend but that does not mean there is any less action for our overseas Caltex Socceroos. A clean sheet from Mat Ryan helped secure a vital point for Brighton & Hove Albion in the race for English Premier League survival, as they held Wolverhampton Wa
When are your Caltex Socceroos in action this weekend?
Two Caltex Socceroos stars are set to go head-to-head in Scotland, while there is another pressure-filled 90 minutes ahead for Maty Ryan's relegation-threatened Brighton & Hove Albion. Trent Sainsbury and Aziz Behich’s PSV continue to push for the title in the Netherlands, whi