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, while there are also huge clashes for the likes of Jackson Irvine, Danny Vukovic and Andrew Nabbout.
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And the good news heading into your Easter weekend is that we have got all the details of when and where all your favourite Caltex Socceroos are in action.
Read on for a full rundown of what's ahead for our overseas Aussie stars this weekend (all times are AEST).
Ryan thrown to the Wolves as Brighton fight to survive
Mat Ryan will be desperate to keep a clean sheet as his Brighton side head to Molineux for a pivotal clash against high-flying Wolverhampton Wanderers in the English Premier League.
The Seagulls lost 2-0 against Cardiff City in midweek and sit just two points above the relegation zone heading into the final few games of the season.
With three of their last five games to come against clubs in the top six, Brighton will view this as an opportunity to pick up valuable points. Kick-off on Sunday morning is at 12am.
Aaron Mooy’s Huddersfield Town may already be relegated but they’ll want to give their home fans something to cheer about when they host Watford at the same time.
The Terriers have so far accumulated just four points in 2019, but will hope to add to that total against opponents who are likely to have one eye on their FA Cup final date with Manchester City on May 19.
Both Premier League matches can be seen on Optus Sport.
Meanwhile, in the Championship, Jackson Irvine’s Hull City are right in the playoff mix as they travel to fellow promotion-hopefuls West Bromwich Albion on Sunday morning (midnight Saturday).
The Tigers are currently ninth, five points off the top six with four games remaining.
Massimo Luongo’s QPR are in action at the same time, hosting Blackburn Rovers, with both clubs clear of any real relegation fears.
Aussie pair set to face-off in Scotland
Celtic can take another giant stride towards an eighth straight league title in the Scottish Premiership when they travel to Hibernian on Sunday (9.30pm).
Having scored last weekend to help the Hoops book their spot in the Scottish Cup final, Caltex Socceroos midfielder Tom Rogic will now be out to spoil the weekend of a compatriot.
Mark Milligan has been a consistent figure for Hibs for much of the season and the veteran midfielder and his teammates should be fresh after enjoying last weekend off.
The two clubs have met three times already this season in the league, with Celtic having won twice to Hibernian’s once.
Title battles heating up across Europe
Things can't get much tighter in the Eredivisie as PSV Eindhoven continue to go head-to-head with Champions League giant-killers Ajax for the Dutch crown.
The Amsterdam club currently lead on goal difference, but Trent Sainsbury and Aziz Behich’s PSV will push them all the way in the final four rounds.
PSV are at home at 12.45am on Monday against struggling ADO Den Haag.
Compatriot Alex Gersbach also faces a vital clash in NAC Breda’s fight to avoid the drop, travelling to lowly Fortuna Sittard on Sunday at 10.30pm.
Danny Vukovic’s Genk enjoy a four-point buffer at the top in Belgium as they prepare to take on Standard Liege on Saturday at 4.30am.
In Germany, Mathew Leckie’s Hertha Berlin could all but consign Hannover 96 to relegation from the Bundesliga when they meet in the German capital on Monday at 2am.
One division down and Robbie Kruse and his VfL Bochum side are on the road against Darmstadt 98 at 9.30pm on Sunday.
Awer Mabil’s title-hopefuls Midtjylland will look to keep the pressure on leaders FC Copenhagen in Denmark when they host Brondby on Tuesday at 2am, while Mustafa Amini heads to Vejle with his AGF teammates 24 hours earlier.
In Austria, James Jeggo and his Austria Vienna side face a tricky home clash against LASK (at 1am on Monday), while Cyprus-based Apostolos Giannou and AEK Larnaca host league-leaders APOEL on Monday at 2am.
Nabbout set to face the superstars of Kobe
It’s going to be a big occasion for Andrew Nabbout and his Urawa Reds in the J.League with a home clash against Vissel Kobe.
Urawa are currently one point ahead of a Kobe side that boasts the likes of Andres Iniesta, Lukas Podolski and David Villa in their side, so it should be quite a battle at 2pm on Saturday
Keeper Mitch Langerak is battling an injury to line up for Nagoya Grampus as they kick-off an hour later in their home game against Jubilo Iwata.
In Saudi Arabia, Milos Degenek’s Al-Hilal aren’t in action in the league, with their next clash a home tie in the AFC Champions League against Iranian club Esteghlal at 1am Wednesday.
Conversely, Matthew Jurman’s Al-Ittihad are in league action before their ACL game next week, as they host Al-Ittifaq at 3.45am on Friday.