ASEAN Wrap: Western Sydney overcome city rivals in derby
Kuala Lumpur: Scott McDonald scored the decisive goal as Western Sydney Wanderers claimed bragging rights by defeating Sydney FC 3-2 on Saturday, while Melbourne City are now three points clear at the A-League summit after a 3-1 win over Newcastle Jets.
For the second successive week, Johor Darul Ta'zim failed to pick up all three points in Malaysia, allowing Kedah and Penang to close the gap, and the title race in Vietnam is heating up with just three points separating Hoang Anh Gia Lai and Viettel.
Join the-AFC.com as we review the best of the action from around Southeast Asia.
2021 AFC Champions League (West): Round of 16 cast finalised
Riyadh: The 2021 AFC Champions League (West) Round of 16 cast was finalised following the conclusion of the Group Stage on Friday.
As Groups A and C brought the thrilling group stage to a close on Friday, the West Round of 16 cast saw several of the continent's biggest club sides missing out with Qatar's Al Sadd SC and Al Duhail SC and Saudi Arabia's Al Ahli Saudi FC among those who exited the tournament.
Kuala Lumpur: After six rounds of fixtures the curtain has come down on the group stage of the 2021 AFC Champions League (West), with eight sides advancing to the knockout rounds and 12 teams exiting the competition.
With some continental giants falling at the first hurdle and others scraping through in dramatic fashion, the-AFC.com looks back at what those involved had to say following an exhilarating two days' of action.
East Asia Wrap: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors drop points as Ulsan Hyundai close the gap
Hong Kong: A shock 1-1 draw with Jeju United saw defending Korean champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors' title defence take a misstep as rivals Ulsan Hyundai's win over Gwanju sees them cut the lead to four points.
As well as a full set of domestic match fixtures from China PR and Japan's top flights, there was league action in Hong Kong, Macau and Chinese Taipei, so join the-AFC.com as we review the action from across East Asia.
Ji, Kerr help Chelsea to UEFA Women’s Champions League final
London: Two of Asia’s brightest stars will fight for the European club title after Chelsea defeated Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate to qualify for the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final on Sunday.
Trailing 2-1 after the opening match in Germany, Chelsea won 4-1 in a breathless second leg, with Korean star Ji So-yun among the scorers and Australian national team captain Sam Kerr the chief creator for another of the goals.
The London club will meet FC Barcelona in the final, to be held in Gothenburg on May 16, after the Spanish side completed a 3-2 aggregate win over Paris Saint-Germain earlier on Sunday.