PERTH, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 22: Adam Taggart of the Glory celebrates a goal with Scott Neville during the round three A-League match between Perth Glory and the Central Coast Mariners at nib Stadium on October 22, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)
Goal Keeper: Eugene Galekovic

The only goal keeper to have kept a clean sheet this weekend has secured Galekovic's spot in this weeks Team of the Week, despite Wellington Phoenix not being much of a title contender, they still had the majority of the attack meaning City's keeper had his work cut out for him.

Right Back: Josh Risdon

The Western Sydney full-back delivered a perfectly weighted cross which allowed Oriol Riera to open the scoring in the Sydney derby. The right-back also got an assist in the 2-2 draw.

Centre Back: Eshan Gulum

Despite conceding two goals the Adelaide United defender kept the Melbourne Victory's strong attack at bay for majority of the game.

Centre Back: Brendan Hamill

A solid defensive performance, filling a void in the heart of defense and even got himself a goal following a set piece scenario.

Left Back: Ivan Vujica

Undoubtedly the unsung hero of the Newcastle Jets dream start and played arguably one of his best ever A-league games on the weekend. Even popped up with an assist for the opening goal.

Right Midfield: Alvaro Cejudo

Another convincing display by the Spaniard, working tirelessly going forward and assisting the opening goal. Even tracking back defensively his work rate was impressive.

Central Midfield: Vince Lia

The defensive midfielder has proved time and time again he can hit a ball and in one of the biggest rivalries he proved it again scoring two crackers in their 2-2 draw with Melbourne Victory.

Central Midfield: Wout Bruma

The dutch central midfielder has improved game after game and on the weekend topped off another good performance with the opening goal. Bruma has arguably been the Mariners best player despite the less then ideal start to the season

Left Midfield: Johan Absalonsen

Arguably one of the most underrated players in the league, but the Danish winger continued his run of good form assisting both of Vince Lia's goals.

Striker: Roy O'Donovan

Another goal for the new Newcastle Jets striker as he continues his goal scoring form, this time opening the scoring with a true strikers goal being in the right place at the right time.

Striker: Adam Taggart

Adam Taggart was pivotal in Perth Glory's win over the Central Coast Mariners, he scored the 85th minute winner and also set up the opening goal of the game.