How did our international Royals get on?Adam Federici started for Australia as they drew 0-0 with Macedonia in Skopje last night.
The stopper went on to play 61 minutes of the friendly before being replaced by Borussia Dortmund’s Mitchell Langerak.
The result made it five unbeaten for the Socceroos, who begin their World Cup qualifying campaign in June.
Garath McCleary’s Jamaica concluded their preparations for this summer’s Copa America with a convincing 3-0 win over Cuba at the Montego Bay Stadium.
McCleary’s Reggae Boyz took a first-minute lead through Daniel Gordon and that was added to by Romeo Parkes and then Darren Mattocks before half time.
Jamaica have been drawn in a group alongside Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina for the Copa America, which is being hosted in Chile.
Bogdan Vastuk came off the bench for Estonia U21s in their late defeat against Kazakhstan in Tallinn. The hosts had taken an early lead through Robert Kirss but goals from Rauan Sariyev and Max Schebak saw the Kazak’s turn things around, with the winner coming after 81 minutes.
Aaron Kuhl and Rob Dickie could both feature for England U19s when they take on France this evening. Victory for the Three Lions would secure their place at this summer’s U19s European Championships in Greece.
Ryan Edwards’ Australia U23s face Myanmar in their final Championship Qatar Qualifier today. The Olyroos have won their previous two matches, with Edwards captaining them to a 4-0 success over Chinese Tapei last time out.
Harry Cardwell and the Scotland U19s take on Croatia in a European Championship qualifier. Victory against the Croats this afternoon would send Ricky Sbragia’s side to the summer finals.
At senior level, the United States’ clash with Switzerland in Zurich could see Danny Williams earn his 14th cap. The midfielder was an unused substitute for the 3-2 defeat to Denmark last week.