When are your Caltex Socceroos in action this weekend?

Club action is back on the agenda for out Caltex Socceroos this weekend following the end of the international break.

Read on to find out when our Caltex Socceroos are in action!


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Premier League: Mooy’s Huddersfield target first win

Huddersfield have drawn two and lost two of their opening four Premier League matches but the visit of Crystal Palace represents a big chance for the Terriers to get off the mark.

Aaron Mooy’s Huddersfield welcome Palace to the John Smith’s Stadium at 12.00am Sunday, while Mathew Ryan’s Brighton and Hove Albion face Southampton away on Monday 5.00am.

Germany: doubts over wounded Aussies

Mathew Leckie could be in line to make his first Bundesliga appearance of the campaign when Hertha Berlin visit Wolfsburg on Sunday 11.30pm.

Leckie has been absent from the side’s back to back victories over Nurnberg and Schalke after nursing a knee injury.

Robbie Kruse has also been battling a knee injury upon his return to Bochum, who host Ingolstadt on Sunday 9.30pm.

Mat Leckie; Robbie Kruse

England: Championship fixtures take centre stage

Mile Jedinak’s Aston Villa will be searching for a response against Blackburn Rovers. Steve Bruce’s side were beaten 4-1 by Sheffield United a fortnight ago and will need three points to get back on track at Sunday 2.30am.

Massimo Luongo will be key for Queens Park Rangers, who will look to distance themselves from the drop zone against Bolton on Sunday 12.00am.

James Meredith’s Millwall welcome Leeds United, Bailey Wright’s Bristol City host Sheffield United and Jackson Irvine’s Hull City entertain Ipswich Town in Sunday’s other 12.00am fixtures.

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Meanwhile, dropping into League One, Kenneth Dougall’s unbeaten start with Barnsley will be put to the test when Coventry take on the Reds on Sunday 12.00am.

Kenneth Dougall

Scotland: debuts for Milligan and Arzani?

Celtic kick the weekend in Scotland off at 4.45am on Saturday morning, when Tom Rogic and Daniel Arzani take on St. Mirren.

Meanwhile, table topping Heart of Midlothian are aiming to preserve their advantage at the summit when they take on Motherwell on Sunday at 12.00am.

Ben Garuccio will return fresh from Caltex Socceroos camp, while Oliver Bozanic could bolster the midfield.

Jamie Maclaren and Mark Milligan could both feature on the same pitch as Hibernian players when they welcome Kilmarnock to Easter Road at 12.00am on Sunday.

Eredivisie: UEFA Champions League warm ups for Caltex Socceroos

A UEFA Champions League tie with Barcelona is on the horizon, but first Trent Sainsbury and Aziz Behich will be hoping for minutes when PSV Eindhoven travel to Den Haag on Sunday 2.30am.

Elsewhere in the Eredivisie, Ajdin Hrustic and Gronigen are aiming for the scalp of Ajax on Sunday 4.45am, John Iredale’s Heerenveen welcome Heracles on Sunday 10.30pm, while Denis Genreau’s PEC Zwolle entertain Vitesse on Monday 12:45am.

Milos Degenek

Rest of Europe: titans clash in Belgium, Denmark

Milos Degenek also has a UEFA Champions League heavyweight clash against Napoli to look forward to next week, but his Red Star Belgrade must overcome Radnik Surdulica on Sunday morning 4.30am first.

Danny Vukovic will resume his role between the sticks as Genk entertain Anderlecht in a second versus third clash in the Belgian Pro League, with kick off Sunday 4.30am.

In Denmark, Midtjylland and Awer Mabil face a top of the table encounter against Kobenhavn on Monday 2.00am, while Mustafa Amini’s AGF side travel to Horsens on Sunday 10.00pm.

Finally, Tomi Juric and FC Luzern encounter Servette in their Swiss Cup clash at Sunday 1.30am, Aleksandar Susnjar’s MSK Zilina take on Spartak Trnava on Sunday 2.00am in Slovakia and Apostolos Giannou’s AEK Larnaca face fellow Cypriot outfit Nea Salamis at 3.00am on Sunday.

Asia: Aussies unite in Saudi League

Fresh from his surprise Caltex Socceroos return, Mitchell Duke and Shimizu S-Pulse travel to Kashiwa Reysol on Saturday 8.00pm.

Also in the J-League, Mitch Langerak’s Nagoya Grampus welcome V-Varen Nagasaki on Saturday 7.00pm.

In Saudi Arabia, Brad Jones’ Al Nassr entertain Al-Faisaly on Saturday 1.40am, while Matt Jurman’s Al-Ittihad take on two fellow Australians Rhys Williams and Jack Duncan in a match against Al-Qadsiah on Sunday 3.45am.

Matt Jurman during the Caltex Socceroos training camp in Turkey.