West Asia Domestic Wrap: Al Hilal on top, Al Duhail suffer defeat
Beirut: 2019 AFC Champions League champions Al Hilal SFC swapped places with Al Nassr as they returned to the top of the Saudi Pro League, while UAE Pro League pacesetters Shabab Al Ahli Dubai were held to a goalless draw but remained in pole position.
Meanwhile, Al Duhail suffered their first defeat of the season in a 1-0 loss to Al Rayyan, who reduced the deficit with the Qatar Stars League leaders to only two points.
Kuwait league leaders Al Qadsia were also held to a draw, while the pacesetters in Oman, Syria and Palestine remained unchanged. The-AFC.com reviews the latest domestic action in West Asia.
ASEAN and East Asia Domestic Wrap: Sydney FC go 13 points clear
Kuala Lumpur: It was a fifth win in a row for the Sky Blues as Adam Le Fondre's penalty took Steve Corica's side 13 points clear with challengers Melbourne City and Perth Glory both unable to win over the weekend.
Continuing their impressive early season form, Hantharwady United made it four successive victories and extended their flawless record in Myanmar's National League as they retain their position as early front-runners.
Guam remains the only East Asia league with action to review, and it is BOG Strykers who continue to set the pace with an eighth win from eight to top the table.
Kuala Lumpur: Ahead of the kick-off of the 2020 AFC Champions League, the-AFC.com reflects on 10 years of excellence in Asia's most prestigious club competition and offers the Continent's fans the opportunity to select the team they feel has performed the best.
While the past 10 years may have seen nine different champions, a number of clubs have continually been in contention for the AFC Champions League title. We've chosen five heavyweights, now all that's left is for you to review our selection and cast your vote at the bottom of the article.
Kuala Lumpur: Ahead of the kick-off of the 2020 AFC Cup, the-AFC.com reflects on 10 years of success in Asia's most diverse club competition and offers the Continent's fans the opportunity to select the team they feel has performed the best.
The past decade has shown unprecedented growth and evolution of the AFC Cup. From 31 sides who took part at the 2010 edition to the 43 in the 2019 tournament and with the introduction of the innovative Zonal format in 2017 the AFC Cup has continued to entertain fans of the Continental game.
During the last 10 years, there have been some notable teams who have risen to the fore and we review them and their achievements. Select your favourite in the poll at the bottom of the article to decide who is the best of the decade!
Nestor: The AFC Cup is vital to the growth of the game in Cambodia
Svay Rieng: Coach Conor Nestor insisted that Svay Rieng's qualification for the 2020 AFC Cup on Wednesday will have a big impact, not only for the Cambodian champions but the country as a whole.
Svay Rieng's 3-0 win away at Laotian side Master7 FC completed a comprehensive 7-1 aggregate victory that concluded this week's ASEAN Zone play-offs and ensured Cambodia are represented for a fourth consecutive edition of the AFC Cup.
A result that is of particular significance for the Irishman at the helm of the club.