Dave Challinor’s side have played 27 league matches plus two in the FA Cup and one in the FA Trophy, totalling 30 out of a scheduled 45.
And we’ve compiled each Pools player’s individual match rating from every match in which they have played at least 15-minutes to work out the average rating for each player in the squad.
In this instance, we have included every player who has been awarded at least 10 match ratings so far this campaign. This rules out, Tom White (average rating 6.8), Henrich Ravas (6.75), Luke Williams (6.66), Josh MacDonald (6.33), Joe Bunney (6), David Parkhouse (5.43), Jake Cooper, Brad Young, Aaron Cunningham and Adam Campbell (all n/a) from being formally ranked.
Scroll down and click through the pages to see how the Pools players have ranked, in reverse order, based on their average player ratings 30 games into the season...
5. Ben Killip - 6.32 (22 ratings)
Tuesday night's error aside, Ben Killip has actually had a really solid season for Hartlepool United. Often unfortunate with player ratings due to a lack of action in between the sticks, he's still been able to put in a couple of 8 and 9 out of 10 performances over the course of the season.
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6. Joe Grey - 6.45 (11 ratings)
The 17-year-old has had an impressive breakthrough season at Pools so far with two goals and two assists to his name in all competitions. Still very raw and learning the game but another who will only get better with time.
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7. Lewis Cass - 6.46 (26 ratings)
Was enjoying his best run of form in a Pools shirt before Tuesday night's sending off. Has looked really solid in a centre-back roll, regularly picking up 8 out of 10 ratings. A few disappointing performances earlier in the season lower his average slightly.
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8. Ryan Johnson - 6.48 (27 ratings)
Pools' unsung hero this season. Four goals to his name from centre-back and featuring almost every week despite initially being signed as a back up. Like Cass, a few poor performances earlier in the season have lowered his rating slightly but a solid performer nonetheless.
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