Caltex Socceroos stalwarts Mark Milligan and Tom Rogic will wrap up their seasons in the Scottish Premiership this weekend, as the 2018/19 campaign across Europe and beyond draws towards its close.
Meanwhile, Mathew Leckie and Robbie Kruse fly the flag in Germany, and Andrew Nabbout and Mitch Langerak are in action in Japan.
These are just some of the Caltex Socceroos in action in the coming days as we give you a comprehensive rundown of where you can find your heroes plying their trade in clubland (all times AEST).
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SPL nears its closing stages
It is all over bar the shouting in Scotland, where this weekend brings the final league games of 2018/19.
Tom Rogic’s Celtic face Heart of Midlothian on midnight Sunday, having already wrapped up an eighth consecutive league title.
The match will serve as a dress rehearsal for the Scottish FA Cup final the following weekend, when the same two teams will do battle at Scotland's national stadium, Hampden Park.
With a goal difference superior to their city rivals by 20 it would need a turnaround of epic proportions to deny them, but Mark Milligan’s Hibernian will mathematically seal fifth spot with a point against Aberdeen in a match that kicks-off at the same time as Celtic v Hearts.
Leckie and Kruse wrapping up their seasons
Elsewhere in Europe, Mat Leckie is expected to feature in Hertha Berlin’s final game of the season as the Bundesliga's 10th-placed side host Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday night at 11:30pm.
Robbie Kruse’s VfL Bochum finish their campaign against Union Berlin in the 2. Bundesliga on Sunday night 11:30pm.
European odyssey continues
Awer Mabil and his Midtjylland team will get to know Brondby well in the coming days. On Saturday morning at 1am the two sides do battle in the Danish Cup final, before meeting again in their dead-rubber Danish Super League play-off match on Tuesday morning (3:00am).
Mustafa Amini has a Danish play-off of his own, as his AGF side travel to Randers at midnight on Saturday in pursuit of a Europa League qualifier spot.
In Austria, James Jeggo is at home as his Austria Wien side face Wolfsberg in an Austrian Bundesliga play-off match at 1am on Monday.
Apostolos Giannou’s AEK Larnaca are at home against Omonia Nicosia in the Cyprus league's championship play-offs, doing battle at 2am on Monday. AEK currently sit second in the table, eight points adrift of Omonia's city rivals Apoel Nicosia.
There is sure to be a party atmosphere at the final game of the season for Danny Vukovic's Genk, who wrapped up the title in Belgium on Friday morning.
Genk are at home on the final day, taking on Standard Liege at 2am on Monday.
Closer to home
Andrew Nabbout and Mitch Langerak are likely to be in action in the Japanese J.League, taking to the field for Urawa Red Diamonds and Nagoya Grampus, respectively.
Nabbout’s outfit, currently in ninth spot, host Shonan Bellmare on Friday at 8:30pm, while Nagoya Grampus sit fourth points off top spot in second.
Langerak’s chargers host fourth-placed Kawasaki Frontale – who play Sydney FC in next Tuesday's Asian Champions League fixture in the Harbour City – on Friday at 8pm.