Aaron Mooy and Mat Ryan's date with two Premier League giants headlines a huge weekend for our Aussies Abroad.
Meanwhile, Mathew Leckie gears up to face Bayern Munich as Milos Degenek continues his unbeaten start in Serbia.
Read on to find out when our Caltex Socceroos are in action!
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England: Mooy and Ryan tackle Premier League giants
Huddersfield Town might need some Aaron Mooy inspiration in order to break their Premier League duck this weekend.
The Terriers are currently languishing on the bottom of the Premier League table for the visit of Tottenham on Sunday 12.00am.
But Mooy has been at the heart of Huddersfield’s big wins in recent times, and has looked dangerous for David Wagner’s of late. A big clash with Spurs might be just what Town need to get off the Premier League mark.
It doesn’t get any easier for Mooy's Caltex Socceroos compatriot Mat Ryan, who travels with Brighton and Hove Albion to reigning champions Manchester City at the same time on Sunday morning.
Ryan’s Brighton have been handed a testing start to the campaign, but a string of fine performances from the 26-year-old sees Chris Hughton’s side sitting in mid-table.
He’ll now be tasked with stopping the likes of Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero and David Silva as the Seagulls look to spring another shock result.
In the Championship, Caltex Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak gets the ball rolling with a trip to Bailey Wright’s Bristol City at 5.00am on Saturday.
A host of Australians are involved in Sunday 12.00am kick offs, with Massimo Luongo’s Queens Park Rangers travelling to Swansea City, Jackson Irvine and Hull City welcoming high-flying Middlesbrough and James Meredith's Millwall at home to Sheffield United.
Down a division, Kenny Dougall and Barnsley take on Fleetwood Town away on Sunday 12.00am.
Germany: Bayern await for Leckie's Hertha
With Mooy and Ryan facing the big boys in the Premier League, Mathew Leckie and Hertha Berlin also have a giant clash on the horizon – they face Bayern Munich on Saturday 4.30am.
Meanwhile, Robbie Kruse and Bochum face Heidenheim in a 2. Bundesliga hit out tomorrow at 9.00pm.
Scotland: Celtic look to pick up the pace
Tom Rogic and Celtic bounced back from a tough week with a 1-0 cup win over St. Johnstone on Thursday morning, and he’ll be hoping Daniel Arzani will join him in the first team when Brendan Rodgers’ side host Aberdeen at 12.00am on Sunday.
League pacesetters Hearts host St. Johnstone at the same time with Ben Garuccio and Oliver Bozanic in the fold, while Mark Milligan’s Hibernian face St. Mirren away – also at 12.00am on Sunday. Hibs will be without Jamie Maclaren, who has reportedly been sidelined for several weeks with a back injury.
Holland: Sainsbury and Behich primed for Eredivisie action
Trent Sainsbury netted a debut goal for PSV Eindhoven in this week's Dutch Cup affair against Excelsior, a match that yielded starting debuts for Sainsbury and teammate Aziz Behich.
The Caltex Socceroos pair are aiming to nail down their spots in the starting eleven when Mark van Bommel’s side travel to NAC on Sunday 2.30am.
Ajdin Hrustic and Gronigen are at home to Utrecht on Sunday 10.30pm with Denis Genreau's PEC Zwolle in action at the same time against AZ Alkmaar.
Rest of Europe: Degenek and Red Star seek return to winning ways
Milos Degenek’s Red Star Belgrade saw an eight-match winning streak come to an end with a draw against Partizan this week, but they’ll be eyeing a return to form at home to Mladost Lucani on Sunday 4.30am.
Denmark sees two Australians in fine form - Awer Mabil and Midtjylland are at home to Hobro on 12.00am Sunday, while Mustafa Amini’s AGF take on Esbjerg at 10.00pm later that evening.
Tomi Juric made his injury return during the week and he’ll be after for more minutes in Luzern’s clash with Sion on Monday 12.00am. In Belgium, Danny Vukovic and Genk host Zulte Waregem at 2.00am on Sunday.
MSK Zilina and Aleksandar Susnjar take on Zlate Moravce on Sunday 3.00am in Slovakia.
Asia: Jones and Al Nassr to maintain perfect start
In Saudi Arabia, Brad Jones’ Al Nassr entertain Al Jazira on Sunday 3.30am in the Arab Club Championship. Al Nassr are currently four wins from four in the Saudi Pro League with Jones guarding the posts.
Also in the Arab Club Championship, Al-Ittihad and Matt Jurman are away at Al Wasl on Monday 12.30am.
Over in Japan, Mitchell Langerak’s Nagoya Grampus take on Cerezo Osaka on Sunday 5.00pm with Mitchell Duke and Shimizu S-Pulse facing FC Tokyo on Saturday at 6.00pm.
Aussies Abroad: Rogic, Vukovic primed for big Europa League ties
Tom Rogic and Celtic will face traditional La Liga powerhouse Valencia while Danny Vukovic’s Gent take on Czech giants Slavia Prague after the draw for the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 was made on Tuesday morning (AEDT). Celtic scrapped through by the skin of their teeth, af
Aussies Abroad: Jeggo stars in Vienna derby, Ryan edged by Chelsea in Premier League
A clean sheet, a title race and a derby goal headlined an action-packed night for our overseas Australians. In Austria, James Jeggo opened his account for the season in Austria Wien’s 6-1 hammering of Rapid Wien in the Vienna derby. DEGENEK REFLECTS: Caltex Socceroos defend
Aussies Abroad: Luongo, Irvine help sides to important Championship wins
Massimo Luongo and Jackson Irvine both braved atrocious English weather to help steer their sides to Championship victories on Sunday morning (AEDT). And in warmer temperatures, Matt Jurman’s Al Ittihad broke through for their first win of the Saudi Arabia Pro League season at
Degenek not taking his foot off the gas
Twelve months ago, Caltex Socceroos defender Milos Degenek was playing in Japan — now, he’s tearing up Serbia’s SuperLiga, having been named in the league’s best eleven for the first half of the season. It’s a credit to Degenek, 24, who signed with Red Star Belgrade in July