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Socceroos Abroad: Boyle nets double, Duke scores late winner, St Pauli and Bolton target title and promotion

Martin Boyle scored a double to restore some positivity to the Hibs camp while Mitch Duke came off the bench to score a last-minute winner midweek. 

Elsewhere, Jackson Irvine and Connor Metcalfe will be hoping St. Pauli can claim a maiden 2. Bundesliga while Gethin Jones’ Bolton could secure promotion to the Championship. 

Check out our wrap of all the midweek action and find out what is coming up. 

Subway Socceroos

Starting in Scotland, where Martin Boyle (cap #599) played a full game and scored two goals as Hibernian returned to winning ways with a 3-0 win over Motherwell on Thursday. Olyroo Nectarios Triantis also played 90 minutes.

The Edinburgh club went into their penultimate match on the back of a turbulent few days in which they lost 4-0 at home to Aberdeen and sacked boss Nick Montgomery.

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