Our Aussies dominated the Asian region this week, but Australians abroad are struggling in the top two divisions in England – and key Socceroos are fighting tooth and nail for points.
In the English Premier League Mat Ryan kept his first clean sheet for Brighton since Christmas while Aaron Mooy was taken off on 89 minutes as our Aussies drew 0-0 to Wolves
It's a valuable point after their relegation rivals West Ham Bournemouth and Watford all lost over the weekend.
In Scotland Tom Rogic got a second start in a week for Celtic, playing just over 70 minutes as they beat St Mirren 5-0. Lyndon Dykes played a full match as Livingston fell 1-0 away to St Johnstone.
Martin Boyle played 90 minutes for Hibernian as they were beaten 3-1 away from home to Hamilton. Oliver Bozanic played the first half for Hearts as they drew 1-1 with Motherwell.
In the English Championship Jackson Irvine and Callum Elder played 90 minutes as they were smashed 5-1 away to Stoke City. The Tigers have conceded 15 goals in three weeks.
Massimo Luongo is continuing his time on the sideline as his Sheffield Wednesday also shipped five unanswered goals away to Brentford. Kenny Dougall was an unused sub for Barnsley in a 2-0 loss to Cardiff City who left Brad Smith unused.
In League One Harry Souttar completed two matches and a clean sheet in each as Fleetwood Town scored a 1-0 win away to Ipswich and 0-0 draw against local rivals Blackpool.
Ryan Edwards played 71 minutes for Burton Albion as they lost 3-2 to Lincoln City while Ryan Williams played 90 minutes for Portsmouth as they lost 2-0 to Peterborough.
Mark Milligan was absent injured for Southend but his side beat Bristol Rovers 3-1.
In the English youth leagues Alex Robertson was absent from Man City U18 as they knocked Burnley out of the FA Youth Cup 1-0. Caleb Watts played 90 minutes for Southampton U18 as they beat Reading U18 1-0.
In Germany Mathew Leckie finally made his comeback for Hertha Berlin coming on in the 89th minute as his side drew 2-2 with Werder Bremen.
Brandon Borrello was still an unused sub for Freiburg SC as they beat Union Berlin 3-1.
In Austria Jimmy Jeggo played a full match with Austria Wien, drawing 0-0 at home to St Polten.
James Hollland was rested for LASK Linz as they beat Mattersburg 1-0 away from home. As well as preparing to face Manchester United in the Europa League knockout phase, LASK are now six points clear at the top of the Austrian Bundesliga.
In Denmark Mustafa Amini started and played 82 minutes for AGF FC as they progressed to the semi-finals of the Danish Cup beating Esbjerg 4-1. Alex Gersbach was on the bench.
Awer Mabil played 90 minutes for FC Midtjylland as they defeated Randers 2-0 away.
In the Netherlands Ajdin Hrustic played 90 minutes for FC Groningen as they lost 1-0 at home to PSV. Groningen have now lost three on the bounce and are being edged out of the top seven in the Eredivisie.
In Serbia Milos Degenek played 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet for Red Star Belgrade who secured a 3-0 win over Macva Sabac.
In Turkey Aziz Behich was an unused sub as Basaksehir beat Goztepe 3-0.
In Cyprus Apostolos Giannou started and played 54 minutes as AEK Larnaca lost 3-0 to Anorthosis in the Cypriot league.
In Bulgaria Tomi Juric was an unused sub for CSKA Sofia as they beat Beroe in the league.
ASIA & NORTH AMERICA
In the Asian Champions League Terry Antonis scored as Suwon Bluewings lost 2-1 in the group stage to Johor.
Antonis scored a worldie from outside the box and was named player of the week. FF to 1:00 for the strike (and scrib past for team-mate Adam Taggart's...)
In the MLS Andy Rose played 90 minutes at centre-back as Vancouver Whitecaps started their season with a 1-0 away to LA Galaxy.
In India ATK have progressed to the final of the ISL as David Williams scored a brace to down Erik Paartalu's Bengalurru.
In Qatar Isaias Sanchez played a full game as Al Wakrah lost 2-1 to Al Gharafa.
In Saudi Arabia Brad Jones was between the sticks but Al Nassr suffered a shock loss away to Al Faisaly. Meanwhile Craig Goodwin had better fortune with Al Wehda beating Damac 3-2.
Al Wehda maintain fourth spot while Jones's side have fallen eight points behind Al Hilal in first place.