Which Australian player has the most tackles?
Avion has taken the top spot in the 2015/16 Rugby League World Cup rankings with a whopping 24 tackles.
The Canberra Raiders have been in first place since Round 5.
Here are the Top 10 Australian players with the most tackle marks in 2015/2016.
James Graham, Raiders (21) James Graham has made it into the top 10 for the first time this season, as he’s joined the Raiders as the only Australian player in the top ten for the 20th consecutive year.
The 26-year-old kicked the winning try in the semi-final against the Storm in Brisbane last week.
Jordan Rapana, Roosters (16) Rapana has become the fifth Australian player to make the top 20 of the 2015 World Cup Rankings, after fellow Canberra Raiders stars Jordan Rapanana and Tom Trbojevic.
Rapana made his debut for Australia in the final against France in France, and the Roosterers won the first test against the All Blacks in Auckland.
Rapananas best game was in the quarter-final victory over the Springboks in Durban in July.
Luke Brooks, Rooster (12) The Roosteers are the only team outside the Top 20 to have scored 20 tries in the World Cup.
The Rabbitohs have scored 30 tries in their last nine matches.
The 19-year old is set to make his first appearance for the team at the tournament in Auckland, and his career could be at an end if he can’t crack the Top 5.
Jack Wanganeen, Dragons (11) Wanganeer has been the standout in the NRL this season.
The 22-year in-form winger has scored 14 tries in 10 games, and has played all but one game for Australia this year.
Wangane is a two-time All-Australian and was named to the All-Worlds side.
Josh Dugan, Raiders(10) Dugan is the only player to have started every NRL game for the Rooster this season and is currently leading the league in tackles for the fifth straight season.
Jordan Kahu, Raiders