Mile Jedinak saw his first competitive minutes since May, playing half an hour in Sunday’s Second City Derby.
The Socceroos skipper replaced Robert Snodgrass on the hour mark as Aston Villa fought out a 0-0 draw against Birmingham City at St Andrew’s.
Mat Ryan continued on in goal for Brighton, who drew 1-1 against Southampton.
Tony Popovic‘s Karabukspor suffered a defeat in his third game in charge, downed by a strike from former Everton man Arouna Kone.
Barely two weeks after scoring a belter, Aziz Behich netted another, possibly a better one as Bursaspor thrashed Antalyaspor 4-0.
Aziz Behich! ??? pic.twitter.com/uMf6E8H7K9
— Bursasporluyuz.org (@bursasporluyuz) October 29, 2017
In Spain, Mitch Langerak was again an absentee from Levante’s matchday squad as they drew 1-1 away to Eibar.
Mark Birighitti continued his strong run of games, seeing out another 90 minutes in NAC Breda’s 2-2 draw against Utrecht.
Kenny Dougall made another start for Sparta Rotterdam, who defeated FC Groningen 2-1.
Craig Goodwin was introduced off the bench in the 63rd minute.
Jimmy Jeggo continued to solidify his place back in Sturm Graz’s starting XI, completing 90 minutes in their 2-0 win over Pellets.
Tomi Juric was brought off the bench at half time as FC Luzern slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Lugano.
Golgol Mebrahtu scored again in the Czech Republic, netting a 33rd-minute goal for Mlada Boleslav.
Elsewhere, there was good news for a pair of Aussies in China.
Trent Sainsbury completed a 90-minute shift for Jiangsu Suning and kept a clean sheet against Beijing Guoan.
Forgotten Socceroo Apo Giannou netted a brace against Guangzhou R&F having been introduced in the 74th minute.