Mooy started and played 69 minutes in Huddersfield's frustrating 0-0 draw with Swansea City in the Premier League.

The Australian had missed the side's past three matches due to a knee injury.

Mooy earned an 8/10 rating from the Huddersfield Examiner, who wrote: "Excellent in the heart of midfield on his return from injury."

The Socceroos midfielder almost created a first-half opener when he incisive lofted diagonal ball found Steve Mounie who headed marginally over.

Elsewhere in the EPL, Mat Ryan saved a penalty as Brighton lost 2-0 at Everton.

In England's Championship, Jackson Irvine continued his good form with Hull City with the opening goal in a 4-3 win over Norwich City.

Irvine coolly finished on his left after receiving a pass inside the box from Harry Wilson in the sixth minute.

The Aussie midfielder put in a full shift in the win which eased Hull's relegation fears, moving them up to 18th and six points clear of the drop zone.

Elsewhere, Bailey Wright put in a full shift as Bristol City drew 0-0 at struggling Burton Albion which is a result that hardly boosts the Robins promotion hopes.

Tim Cahill was an 87th minute substitute while James Meredith played a full game as Millwall defeated Brentford 1-0.

Mile Jedinak played the full 90 minutes as Aston Villa toppled league leaders Wolverhampton 4-1, while Massimo Luongo put in a full shift as QPR won 1-0 over Sunderland.

Elsewhere in Europe, Brandon Borrello continued his stellar form with an assist for Kaiserslautern in their 2-1 loss to Greuther Furth in Germany's 2.Bundesliga.