When are your Caltex Socceroos in action this weekend?

Need your Caltex Socceroos fix this weekend?

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Here's where our Aussies abroad and on the home front are plying their trade across the weekend.

All times in AEDT.

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Starting in England, where Mathew Ryan’s Brighton and Hove Albion travel to Bournemouth aiming to bounce back from back-to-back defeats.

A win against the Cherries, who have lost five of their last six Premier League matches, would see the Seagulls leapfrog their opponents on the league table.

Kick-off in that fixture is at 2am on Sunday, with injured midfielder Aaron Mooy’s Huddersfield also in action at time against Southampton.

In the Championship’s Sunday morning fixtures, Massimo Luongo’s Queens Park Rangers travel to Nottingham Forest at 2.00am, while Hull City and Jackson Irvine host Swansea City at 4.30am on Sunday looking to push further away from the relegation zone.

Mat Ryan


Martin Boyle, Jamie Maclaren and Mark Milligan are all in contention for Hibernian’s Sunday 2.00am clash at home to Livingston.

A win for Hibernian would see Neil Lennon’s outfit leapfrog their opponents, while Tom Rogic and Celtic host Dundee at the same time looking to extend their advantage at the Scottish Premiership summit.


Mathew Leckie and Hertha Berlin travel to Bayer Leverkusen in Sunday morning’s 1.30am Bundesliga clash.

Leckie was on the scoresheet in Hertha’s midweek draw with Augsburg and will be aiming for a victory that would keep the Berlin-based outfit on the cusp of the European spots.

Robbie Kruse, meanwhile, travels to FC Koln in Saturday morning’s 4.30am 2. Bundesliga affair.


Rest of Europe

PSV Eindhoven are on the hunt for a third straight win when their Eredivisie title push resumes on Sunday 5.45am against AZ Alkmaar.

Trent Sainsbury and Aziz Behich are in contention for the clash, as Mark van Bommel’s men look to extend their two-point advantage at the top.

Danny Vukovic’s Genk are also top in Belgium – they travel to Eupen on Monday morning at 4.00am.


Saudi Arabia

Matthew Jurman's Al-Ittihad host second-placed Al Nassr at 2.25am on Saturday morning aiming for their second win of the league season.


Rhyan Grant and Chris Ikonomidis face off when Sydney FC take on Perth Glory in Western Australia at 9.00pm tonight.

Josh Risdon and Western Sydney Wanderers face Adelaide United on Wednesday 7.50pm.

Chris Ikonomidis