Top 20 Players in the A-League Men: Season 2022/23 (10-1)

10- Javi Lopez (Adelaide United)

Javi Lopez has probably been the best right back in the A-League so far this season. He is an extremely consistent performer.

9- Calem Nieuwenhof (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Calem Nieuwenhof has been a key part of a Western Sydney Wanderers team. They wouldn’t have been in second place on the A-League without him in the starting line up.

8- Adama Traore (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Adama Traore is an important part of the Western Sydney Wanderers team. He works extremely hard for the team and deserves plenty of credit. There’s no disputing he is probably the best left back in the A-League after six Rounds.

7- Marcelo (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Marcelo has been a consistent perform in the centre of defence for Western Sydney Wanderers. He has even provided an assist. There’s no doubt that his one of the best players in the A-League in the opening six games.

6- Marco Tilio (Melbourne City)

Marco Tilio is a sublime talent that could play overseas in a top league one day. He reads the ball well and makes incisive runs.

5- Aiden O’Neill (Melbourne City)

Aiden O’Neill is a player that has been integral for Melbourne City after six Rounds. He has played well when in possession and without the ball. The position he usually plays is centre midfield.

4- Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United)

Craig Goodwin has scored three goals and had four assists in the opening six games of the season.

3- Matthew Leckie (Melbourne City)

Matthew Leckie has played every minute of the six games Melbourne City have played. He has been an extremely consistent performer.

2- Jamie Maclaren (Melbourne City)

Jamie Maclaren has been clinical in the final third in the opening six matches of the season.

1- Joe Lolley (Sydney FC)

Joe Lolley has been a revelation for Sydney FC. His passing is exquisite and he is always looking to make a difference.

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