Goalkeeper: Paul Izzo
With many key saves in Adelaide’s match away to Wellington, many are still thinking how Izzo kept out Adam Parkhouse’s first half curler. This save set the tone for Izzo, as he commanded his box and his defense to keep a clean sheet and and secure a much-needed win for the Reds.
Centre Back: Luke Wilshere
In a Big Blue game that didn’t disappoint on Australia Day, Wilshere was able to provide the assist for one of Bobo’s goals, along with adding that extra experience that is seeing the Sydney FC juggernaut roll on.
Centre Back: Ersan Gulum
Along with Jordan Elsey, Ersan Gulum was an integral member that ensured Adelaide was able to secure their seventh win of the season. Gulum won 71% of his aerial duels along with completing 75% of his passes, which helped ensure that Adelaide was able to secure the win along with a clean sheet.
Centre Back: Jordan Elsey
Along with captaining the side in Wellington, Elsey worked well alongside Gulum to lead a young Adelaide side secure a clean sheet and a tough victory away from home.
Centre Midfielder: Matt McKay
A weary and out of form Brisbane Roar was screaming for leaders to stand up against an inform Central Coast side, and Matt McKay didn’t disappoint. After providing pressure to Jacob Melling that helped Brisbane score the opener, McKay even grabbed a goal to secure a much needed victory for the Roar.
Centre Midfielder: Luke Brattan
This man oozes quality, and he didn’t disappoint on Thursday night against the Jets. Brattan’s form continued as he was dominant in central midfield stopping everything that came his way where he also provided the cross that led to Dario Vidosic’s goal.
Right Midfield: Adrian Mierzejewski
Since signing for the reigning champions at the beginning of the year, Adrian has not failed to disappoint. Always producing on the big stage, he once again produced a sublime performance in the Big Blue, having a contribution in all three goals, with his silky skill and movements.
Left Midfield: Dario Vidosic
Full of flair and pace, Vidosic has made an instant impact at his new club. Having moved from Wellington to City, Vidosic has been in excellent form providing pivotal passes and scoring goals. He was able to provide an equaliser by getting onto the end of a Luke Brattan cross.
Centre Attacking Midfielder: Diego Castro
Again, in full force, Castro was in fine form as he was able to punish a 10-man Wanderers side, scoring two of the Glory’s three goals.
Already breaking Sydney’s all-time goal scoring in a single season, Bobo was able to dominate in the air against the Victory, as he nodded in a goal and converted a penalty he was able to win himself.
Striker: Andy Keogh
An all-round performance from Keogh saw him get on the score sheet once again as Perth Glory got back onto the winners list. Along with Castro, Keogh was integral in beating a woeful Wanders side.