Aaron Mooy successfully returned to action for the first time in a month overnight in a boost for the Socceroos ahead of this month's friendlies against Norway and Colombia.
Mooy started and played 69 minutes in Huddersfield's frustrating 0-0 draw with Swansea City in the Premier League.
The Australian had missed the side's past three matches due to a knee injury.
Mooy earned an 8/10 rating from the Huddersfield Examiner, who wrote: "Excellent in the heart of midfield on his return from injury."
The Socceroos midfielder almost created a first-half opener when he incisive lofted diagonal ball found Steve Mounie who headed marginally over.
In England's Championship, Jackson Irvine continued his good form with Hull City with the opening goal in a 4-3 win over Norwich City.
Irvine coolly finished on his left after receiving a pass inside the box from Harry Wilson in the sixth minute.
The Aussie midfielder put in a full shift in the win which eased Hull's relegation fears, moving them up to 18th and six points clear of the drop zone.
Elsewhere, Bailey Wright put in a full shift as Bristol City drew 0-0 at struggling Burton Albion which is a result that hardly boosts the Robins promotion hopes.
Tim Cahill was an 87th minute substitute while James Meredith played a full game as Millwall defeated Brentford 1-0.
Mile Jedinak played the full 90 minutes as Aston Villa toppled league leaders Wolverhampton 4-1, while Massimo Luongo put in a full shift as QPR won 1-0 over Sunderland.
Elsewhere in Europe, Brandon Borrello continued his stellar form with an assist for Kaiserslautern in their 2-1 loss to Greuther Furth in Germany's 2.Bundesliga.