Matthew Thomas Davies (born 7 February 1995) is an Australian-Malaysian professional football player who plays as a right back for Malaysia Super League club Pahang FA season 2020 and Malaysia national team.
He started his professional career with Perth Glory at 18 years old.
After playing for two seasons at Perth Glory Davies went on to Pahang in 2015 in the Malaysia Super League, after his first season Davies was given Captaincy for Pahang at just 21 years old, making him the youngest captain ever for Pahang and the first half Malaysian to become captain in the Malaysia Super League.
He is known for having a good work rate and considered a tireless worker, charging up and down the right flank to support his teammates.
Davies has also made several appearances for the Malaysian national team, he was given his first international debut with caretaker coach Ong Kim Swee against Saudi Arabia during the World Cup qualifiers in September 2015 at 20 years old.
Davies also featured for Malaysia at the 2015 SEA Games in Singapore back in June 2015.