20- Ben Waine (Wellington Phoenix)
Ben Waine has scored three goals so far this season. He is a player that can get better when he starts to get more confident.
19- Garang Kuol (Central Coast Mariners)
Garang Kuol has scored two goals and provided two assists in five matches. In every game that he has played he has come off the bench.
18- Ryan Kitto (Adelaide United)
Ryan Kitto has scored one goal and provided one assist. He has played every minute of all six games played. He is a player that can play multiple roles.
17- Brandon Borrello (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Brandon Borrello plays on the right of midfield. He has scored one goal and provided one assist.
16- Valon Berisha (Melbourne City)
Valon Berisha has played at a decent level having played all six matches so far this season.
15- Romain Amalfitano (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Romain Amalfitano is a good player, having played every minute of every game.
14- Robert Mak (Sydney FC)
Robert Mak has been in good form for Sydney FC, having scored three goals for them. He has proved a good recruit for them.
13- Scott Neville (Brisbane Roar)
Scott Neville has played a different role this season as having played predominantly as a centre back. It’s a bonus that he has the capability to play as a right back, meaning that he is adaptable.
12- Gabriel Cleur (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Gabriel Cleur has been a revelation for Western Sydney Wanderers. There’s no doubt that he is a player that has immense ability. He is arguably one of the best defenders in the A-League. Having provided two assists proves that he can offer plenty going forward.
11- Jordan Bos (Melbourne City)
Jordan Bos has been in good form for Melbourne City playing a key role at left back.