Vedran Janjetovic (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Was superb in securing a vital point in Wellington, saving six shots (more than any other keeper), and distributing 53 passes. Kept the Phoenix to one goal despite 23 shots throughout the course of the game.
Jordan Elsey (Adelaide United)
Kept a clean sheet against the most potent attacking line-up in the league, containing red-hot striker Bobo in an impressive performance by the young Australian.
Daniel Georgievski (Newcastle Jets)
The former Victory left-back continued to thrive in his new home, making four clearances, 32 passes and keeping a rock-solid defensive unit that held Brisbane goalless.
Jordy Buijs (Sydney F.C)
Buijs starred for Sydney, distributing a game-high 87 passes at 91% accuracy and keeping a clean-sheet for the travelling Sky Blues.
Bart Schenkeveld (Melbourne City)
Was instrumental in securing a crucial point with 10 men in Central Coast, finishing with a round-high passing accuracy of 94%.
Matija Ljujic (Wellington Phoenix)
The super-sub changed the game with a stunning goal after coming off the bench, tying the game for the home side.
Steven Ugarkovic (Newcastle Jets)
Ugarkkovic created four scoring chances and handed off 46 passes in the win over Brisbane, proving a potent threat all game in another class display.
Isaias (Adelaide United)
Was super impressive in controlling the midfield for his young side, a key reason for their ability to hold off Sydney’s free flowing football.
Terry Antonis (Melbourne Victory)
Made his debut in the starting XI for the Victory and played with purpose, putting out a strong performance that is sure to be rewarded with further opportunity.
Diego Castro (Perth Glory)
Played superbly in the 3-2 loss, scoring a quality goal and making five crosses. Looked capable of breaking the Victory defence open at any moment.
Leroy George (Melbourne Victory)
The Victory winger was quite simply amazing in the side’s triumph, assisting in all three goals. George also registered 13 crosses, six scoring chances and four shots.