Winger Mat Leckie has a date with Borussia Dortmund this weekend before joining up with the Caltex Socceroos.
Australia tackles Iraq in Tehran on March 24 (AEDT) before returning home to host UAE at the Sydney Football Stadium on March 28.
We take a look at the players’ schedule over the coming days for their clubs.
AGF, in the Danish Superliga, next play in the early hours of Monday morning (AEDT) against OB.
Played 90 minutes for Bursaspor last weekend and could see more action on Monday (AEDT) with his side at home to Alanyaspor in the Turkish league.
Had the week off due to the split round in the Hyundai A-League but will be hopeful of some more minutes as Melbourne City host Newcastle Jets in the Hyundai A-League on Saturday night.
Yokohama F Marinos host Albirex Niigata on Saturday afternoon in the J-League.
Will come into camp fresh but fit with the Sky Blues having a tough week on the track with no game due to the split round in the A-League.
The ultra-consistent Burton Albion midfielder is set to play on Sunday (AEDT) at home to Brentford.
The Socceroo skipper was immense in Aston Villa’s win over Sheffield Wednesday last weekend with Steve Bruce’s side next in action on Sunday away to Wigan Athletic.
The former Adelaide midfielder’s Sturm Graz travel to tackle Admira this weekend.
The powerful striker’s FC Luzern host third-placed Sion this weekend.
The winger has started in both of Liaoning’s first two Chinese Super League fixtures but won’t have a chance to add to that tally before coming into camp.
The Stuttgart shot-stopper has been in fine touch in Germany and will get another chance to impress on Saturday away to Greuther Fürth.
The Socceroo flyer has been a regular for FC Ingolstadt in the Bundesliga this season. Leckie’s side travel to tackle giants Borussia Dortmund on Saturday (AEDT).
Luongo’s QPR are next in action on Sunday at home to struggling Rotherham.
The shock inclusion in the squad, McGree’s Adelaide host Brisbane Roar on Sunday in the Hyundai A-League.
The versatile midfielder has been playing regularly with UAE club Bani Yas but saw red in his side’s 6-2 loss to Al Wahda last weekend. Won’t see any further action before coming into camp.
Arguably Australia’s most important player, Mooy has enjoyed a sensational season in the English Championship with Huddersfield Town and could feature more prominently in Saturday’s fixture away to Bailey Wright’s Bristol City.
The keeper played 90 minutes in Genk’s Europa League Round of 16 second leg tie against Gent on Friday (AEDT) before linking with the national team.
Hasn’t seen any game time since his loan move to Serie A giants Inter Milan in January. The classy defender’s next chance of match action is on Sunday with Milan away to Torino.
The flying left-back has struggled for game time at EPL outfit AFC Bournemouth, who are at home to Swansea City on Sunday morning (AEDT).
The Victory star is arguably the hottest player in the A-League right now. Victory has the week off due to the split round but Troisi will come into camp full of confidence after a sparkling month.
Vukovic capped his selection with another clean sheet – his 11th of the season – in Sydney’s 1-0 win over the Mariners on Friday night. Won’t have another game before coming into camp.
Williams played a full match for Glory in last Saturday’s loss to Sydney FC. Perth not in action this week.
The no-nonsense defender has been a pillar of consistency since joining Bristol City, who are next in action on Saturday at home to Mooy’s Huddersfield Town.
Source : Football Federation Australia