Goalkeeper – Siwarak Tedsungnoen (Buriram United): The only goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet over the weekend, it could be argued that Muangthong did not test Siwarak enough in their match at the Chang Arena. However, the vastly experienced 37-year-old was solid when called upon and helped his side take all three points.
Defender – Airton Tirabassi (Nongbua Pitchaya FC): The Brazilian defender kept things simple; defence first, play second. He was composed despite Nongbua being forced to sit deep most of the game, and his performance helped the side emerge from a tough trip to Thammasat with a point.
Defender – Rebin Sulaka (Buriram United): The towering central defender also played a key role in Buriram’s clean sheet in their 2-0 win over Muangthong, playing at the heart of the back line and making vital defensive interventions when needed.
Defender – Andres Tunez (BG Pathum United): The veteran center-back continued his excellent run of form, opening the scoring for BG from a corner after just eight minutes, and had a solid performance both defensively and in build-up play.
Midfielder – Sarach Yooyen (BG Pathum United): The experienced midfielder is adapting to a new role which allows him the freedom to roam forward. Sarach enthusiasm to get involved with the team’s passing game and provided an assist for Teerasil Dangda’s goal with a delicious cross.
Midfielder – Worachit Kanitsribampen (Chonburi FC): The 24-year-old playmaker had a memorable performance as Chonburi came from two goals down to beat Port FC, assisting Junior Eldstal for the equaliser before scoring the winner in the dying minutes.
Midfielder – Attawit Sukchai (Khon Kaen United): Khon Kaen United pulled off a 2-4 away victory over Suphanburi in possibly the shock result of the weekend. Playmaker Attawit’s through balls into the space behind the Suphanburi defence were devastating, as he assisting the first goal and playing a key role in setting up the fourth.
Winger – Yashir Islame (Khon Kaen United): Islame opened the scoring for Khon Kaen United after just 20 seconds, commencing an excellent display which saw him complete his brace and set up Ibson Melo for a further two goals to make 4-0 before half time.
Winger – Daisuke Sakai (Samut Prakan City): Sakai scored a match-winning brace for Samut Prakan City after they found themselves a goal down against Ratchaburi. He popped up at the back post to convert a wayward header in the 78th minute, before tapping in Eliandro’s low cross to score the winner just three minutes from time.
Forward – Teerathep Winothai (Police Tero FC): The Fire Dragons pulled off another surprising win against one of the league’s top sides, largely due to Leesaw’s deadly striking instincts. He was in the right place to score two goals in his side’s 3-2 win over Chiangrai United, and registered an assist with a long cross-field ball for Jenphop Phokhi.
Forward – Teerasil Dangda (BG Pathum United): Teerasil rolled back the years with a vintage performance against Chiangmai United on Saturday. He scored his first with a stunning effort from outside the box with his left foot, before out-leaping the Chiangmai defence to emphatically head in a second after the half-time break.