After Sydney FC and Melbourne City kicked off their 2022 AFC Champions League campaigns with mixed results, plenty of Socceroos involved are in action once again this weekend.
Following on from a lengthy absence from Asia's premier football competition in the form of the AFC Asian Champions League, Melbourne City, Sydney FC and Martin Boyle's Al-Faisaly all enjoyed mixed results across the weekend and midweek matches played out in respective AFC Champions League hubs across the continent.
Find out more as the Asian Champions League continues for our Socceroos involved in Asia's top-flight competition.
Leckie, Maclaren, Tilio & Metcalfe - Melbourne City FC
As things stand, Melbourne City is first in Group G. Patrick Kisnorbo's side started their historic first campaign in Asia drawing to BG Pathum United 1-1 where Marco Tilio's assist helped the defending A-League Men champions pick up their first-ever points in the AFC Champions League.
After picking up a sole point against Pathum three days prior to facing United City, the Australian side were keen to make a statement against the Filipino side as they demolished United City 3-0 thanks to Tilio's brace off the bench.
However, attention now quickly turns to closing out the remaining three ties left in the competition and they once again face Jeonnam Dragons this coming Sunday after defeating the Korean side 2-1 on Friday morning.
The team will look to get into their maiden AFC Champions League knockout stages following on from their historic first-ever campaign in Asia's top-flight, with Mathew Leckie, Jamie Maclaren, Marco Tilio and Connor Metcalfe with the chance to wrap up qualification with another victory over the Dragons this weekend.
GROUP G (Bangkok, Thailand - times AEST)
BG Pathum United 1-1 Melbourne City
Melbourne City 3-1 United City
Melbourne City 2-1 Jeonnam Dragons
Jeonnam Dragons v Melbourne City, Sunday 24 April, 9pm
Melbourne City v BG Pathum United, Wednesday 27 April, 9pm
United City v Melbourne City, Sunday 1 May, 12am
Grant, Redmayne & Wilkinson - Sydney FC
The Sky Blues have started their 2022 AFC Champions League with two draws and a defeat in Group H.
Tight results against Jeonbuk, Hoang Anh Gia Lai and Yokohama F. Marinos mean it is all to play for with three matches remaining.
The likes of Andrew Redmayne, Rhyan Grant and Alex Wilkinson will be hoping to step up and turn around the club's group stages following the halfway point.
GROUP H (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - times AEST)
Jeonbuk 0-0 Sydney FC
Sydney FC 1-1 Hoang Anh Gia Lai
Sydney FC 0-1 Yokohama F. Marinos, Saturday 23 April, 12am
Yokohama F. Marinos v Sydney FC, Monday 25 April, 9pm
Sydney FC v Jeonbuk, Friday 29 April, 12am
Hoang Anh Gia Lai v Sydney FC, Sunday 1 May, 9pm
Martin Boyle - Al-Faisaly FC
Now, Martin Boyle's Al Faisaly are heading into the business end of their 2022 AFC Champions League campaign.
The Saudi Arabian club, spurred on by the attacking delight of the 28-year-old Martin Boyle are in a prime position to qualify for the 2022 AFC Champions League finals as they sit three points clear of the Uzbek side Nasaf with only two games to go.
Crucially, Nasaf and Boyle's Al Faisaly do not face each other in the two remaining ties as Al Faisaly defeated and drew with Nasaf in back-to-back ties against the Uzbek side over the past week.
Boyle's club are scheduled to face Al-Wedhat and Al Sadd in two hotly contested matches.
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Group E (Dammam, Saudi Arabia - times AEST)
Al-Wehdat 1-1 Al-Faisaly
Al-Faisaly 2-1 Al Sadd
Nasaf 0-1 Al-Faisaly
Al-Faisaly 0-0 Nasaf
Al-Faisaly v Al-Wehdat - Sunday 24 April, 6:15am
Al Sadd v Al-Faisaly - Thursday 28 April, 6:15am