Another weekend rolls around, with Joshua Kennedy hoping to add to last weekend's goal, while Matt McKay may return against Robbie Cornthwaite and Matt Simon's Chunnam Dragons.
On Saturday, Joshua Kennedy's in-form Nagoya Grampus take on leaders Vegalta Sendai in a huge game in Japan's J.League (8pm).
Elsewhere, Alex Brosque's out-of-sorts Shimizu S-Pulse will look to improve on their record of one goal in their past six J.League games against champions Kashiwa Reysol (7pm).
In China's Super League, Joel Griffiths could get a run with Didier Drogba still not ready to play as Shanghai Shenhua play host to Beijing Guoan (10pm).
On Sunday, Matt Simon and Robbie Cornthwaite's Chunnam Dragons entertain Matt McKay's Busan I'Park with the Socceroo closing in on a return from injury in Korea's K-League.
Finally the Danish Superliga returns this weekend, with Brent McGrath hoping for a big impact this season with Brondby to host OB (1am).
*All times AEST
Chinese League One
Harbin Yiteng (Adam Hughes) v Fujian, 5pm
Shimizu S-Pulse (Alex Brosque) v Kashiwa Reysol, 7pm
Jubilo Iwata v Consadole Sapporo (Jade North), 8pm
Nagoya Grampus (Joshua Kennedy) v Vegalta Sendai, 8pm
Gyeongnam (Luke DeVere) v Pohang Steelers, 8pm
Suwon Bluewings (Eddy Bosnar) v Jeonbuk Motors, 8pm
Chinese League One
Tianjin Songjiang v Chongqing Lifan (Brendon Santalab), 9.30pm
Liaoning Whowin v Guizhou Renhe (Dino Djulbic), 9.30pm
Tianjin Teda (Milan Susak) v Qingdao Jonoon, 9.30pm
Dalian Shide v Dalian Aerbin (Daniel Mullen), 9.30pm
Shanghai Shenhua (Joel Griffiths) v Beijing Guoan, 10pm
Chunnam Dragons (Matt Simon, Robbie Cornthwaite) v Busan I'Park (Matt McKay), 8pm
Jeju United (Adrian Madaschi [inj]) v Daejeon Citizen, 8pm
Incheon United (Nathan Burns [inj]) v FC Seoul, 8pm
Guangzhou Evergrande v Guangzhou Fuli (Rostyn Griffiths), 9.35pm
Brondby (Brent McGrath) v OB, 1am