When are your Caltex Socceroos in action this weekend?

Need your Caltex Socceroos fix this weekend?

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There’s a series of big matches across the world for our overseas Australians, starting in England where a milestone Premier League appearance waits for our Caltex Socceroos number one.

Here’s when and where your Caltex Socceroos are in action this weekend.

All kick off times in AEDT.

England: Ryan set for Premier League half-century

Mat Ryan is set to make his 50th Premier League appearance in Brighton and Hove Albion’s 11.30pm affair with Cardiff City on Saturday night.

Nominated for October’s Premier League Player of the Month earlier in the week, the 26-year-old Caltex Socceroos shot stopper had kept three clean sheets in a row prior to last weekend’s 3-1 loss to Everton.

Meanwhile, Huddersfield Town and Aaron Mooy can push out of the relegation zone should they defeat West Ham in their Sunday 2.00am clash.

Down a division and Aussie Jackson Irvine and Hull City are also looking to move clear of the Championship drop zone in their fixture with Birmingham on Sunday 2.00am.

Caltex Socceroos midfield partner Massimo Luongo and his Queens Park Rangers welcome Brentford at the same time aiming to bounce back from last Sunday’s 1-0 defeat to Blackburn Rovers.

Massimo Luongo

Scotland: Rogic and Celtic gaining on league leaders

Tom Rogic and Celtic play Livingston away on Sunday 11.00pm ready to take full advantage should the league leaders Heart of Midlothian slip up at home to Kilmarnock.

Brendan Rodgers’ men are just one point behind the pacesetters ahead of the weekend fixtures.

Hibernian’s Saturday 6.45am match-up with Aberdeen kicks off the weekend of football in Scotland, with Mark Milligan, Jamie Maclaren and Martin Boyle in the frame.

tom-rogic

Germany: Leckie and Hertha to make up ground

Early Bundesliga surprise packages Hertha Berlin are eight points behind leaders Borussia Dortmund in Germany’s state of play.

Mathew Leckie’s side face Fortuna Dusseldorf on Sunday 1.30am with closing that deficit firmly on the agenda.

In the German second division, Robbie Kruse and Bochum entertain Darmstadt in a Tuesday morning 6.30am kick off.

Robbie Kruse

Netherlands: PSV machine primed to keep rolling

PSV Eindhoven are going for 12-straight Eredivisie wins in their Sunday 5.45am clash against De Graafschap.

Trent Sainsbury and Aziz Behich could both feature for Mark van Bommel’s side, who enter the weekend five points clear of second-placed Ajax.

Sainsbury

Rest of Europe: UEFA Champions League heroes turn eyes back to domestic matters

Red Star Belgrade and Milos Degenek should still be buzzing off their mid-week UEFA Champions League triumph over Liverpool when the Serbian SuperLiga resumes.

Degenek’s Red Star have won 14 out of 15 league fixtures ahead of their match with Dinamo Vranje in Sunday morning’s 1.00am kick off.

Also in action on Monday morning is Alex Gerbsach and Rosenborg, who travel to Start at 4.00am on five points clear of second-placed Brann in the Eliteserien.

Awer Mabil plays at the same time in Denmark, aiming to continue his rich vein of form for Midtjylland in their encounter with Vejle BK.

Before that though, Mustafa Amini gets the Danish Superliga ball rolling with a 5.00am Saturday morning kick off against Brondby.

James Jeggo’s Austria Wien welcome league leaders Red Bull Salzburg at home in their Monday 3.00am kick off while in Belgium, Danny Vukovic and his table-topping Genk outfit travel to R. Excel Mouscron on Monday morning at 6.00am.

Finally, in the Swiss Super League, Tomi Juric and FC Luzern face Lugano at 5.00am on Sunday morning.

Degenek

Asia: Aussie duo double up on Saturday arvo  

There are two Australians in action in the J1-League on Saturday afternoon.

Andrew Nabbout’s Urawa Red Diamonds face Consadole Sapporo at 4.00pm, while Mitch Langerak and Nagoya Grampus travel to Shimizu S-Pulse at the same time.

In Saudi Arabia, Matthew Jurman’s Al-Ittihad take on Al Feiha on Sunday 1.50am.

Andrew Nabbout
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