ASEAN Wrap: League leaders Tampines beaten as football resumes in Singapore
Kuala Lumpur: After seven months with no action due to the COVID-19 pandemic, football finally returned to Singapore over the weekend with table-toppers Tampines Rovers suffering a 2-1 defeat against Hougang United.
In Thailand, league leaders BG Pathum United dropped points but continue to set the pace and kept their unbeaten record intact while Viettel have jumped to the top of the pile in Vietnam, where the title race is looking increasingly exciting.
Bringing you up to speed with all the latest fixtures from across ASEAN, here's the-AFC.com's weekly review.
East Asia Wrap: Second stage gets underway in Chinese Super League
Hong Kong: The first legs of the Championship and Relegation stages kicked off over the weekend in China as the destiny of the 16 teams involved became a little clearer after the ties in Dalian and Suzhou.
There were also full sets of fixtures in Japan, Korea Republic and Macau so join the-AFC.com as we wrap up the best of the domestic action from across East Asia.
Tell us who impressed you the most in the latest round of fixtures by casting your vote at the bottom of the article.
Hanoi: As is the case across most of Southeast Asia, football is huge in Vietnam and the country's top-tier V.League 1 continues to improve by the year, with exciting homegrown players and talent from overseas raising the bar.
The V.League began life in a semi-professional capacity back in 1980 and didn't turn professional until after the turn of the millennium but plenty of history has been written ever since.
As the-AFC.com continues its look at the biggest teams from the domestic leagues across Asia, we've selected five teams – based on both success and fanbase – as Vietnam's most popular clubs. Review the candidates and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the article.
Bracket Challenge – RO32: Baha Faisal (Al Wehdat) v Rezaldi Hehanusa (Persija Jakarta)
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Cup Bracket Challenge moves into its second week as the-AFC.com serves up another pair of excellent goals from the Continental competition.
With all the goals coming from the past decade, we showcase some of the standout moments from the AFC Cup and leave it up to you, the fans, to decide which one will reign supreme as the tournament's finest.
Vote for your best AFC Champions League 2020 (West) Team: Goalkeeper
Kuala Lumpur: As we await the resumption of the 2020 AFC Champions League (East), the-AFC.com turns to the recently concluded West Asia stage to determine the top 11 players.
To select the candidates for each position, we have reflected on match data from the tournament to draw up a statistics-based approach to present the outstanding performers.
We kick things off with five standout goalkeepers for the all-important number one jersey. Review the nominees and then choose who you think should take the position as the last line of defence in this all-star XI in the poll below.