They included Candice Hedge who is recovering in hospital after undergoing surgery after being stabbed in her neck.
Darwin electrician Andrew Morrison has travelled back to Australia after receiving stitches after he was knifed in the neck.
Minutes of silence are a common occurrence in the Premier League, and Muslim players are not known to boycott the mark of respect.
While the Saudi government denies that it is responsible for exporting religious extremism, it is argued that by its nature, the strict Saudi-based Wahhabism teachings of Islam encourages intolerance and promotes terrorism.
Anti-West feelings in Saudi Arabia were first exacerbated by the presence of US military in the country after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait.
Many Muslims were upset as it violated a religious tradition of excluding non-Muslim from permanent residence in the Arabian peninsula.
It is thought that this was among the main reasons that Osama bin Laden, who was born and raised in Saudi Arabia, called for jihad against the United States.
Saudi players on the bench refused to stand for the minute's silence.
A spokesperson from the Football Federation Australia told Daily Mail Australia they had been advised prior to the match that the Saudi team would not be taking part.'The FFA sought agreement from the Asian Football Confederation and the Saudi national team to hold a minute's silence in memory of those lost in Saturday night's terror attack in London and in particular the two Australian women,' the spokesperson said.'Both the AFC and the Saudi team agreed that the minute of silence could be held.
He is understood to have been with his girlfriend Christine Delcros when the attack took place. Ignacio Echeverria, 39, used his skateboard as a weapon against a knife-wielding terrorist as he tried to save a woman from being attacked, it has been revealed.
He lived in London, but hailed from Las Rozas near Madrid.
The country's Revolutionary Guards blamed Saudi Arabia for the attack, saying: 'This terrorist attack happened only a week after the meeting between the U. President Donald Trump and the Saudi backward leaders who support terrorists.'The fact that Islamic State has claimed responsibility proves that they [Saudi Arabia] were involved in the brutal attack.' Saudi Arabia's foreign minister denied the claims and, like the US, condemned the attack. She had run to help victims when she was also murdered by the terrorists.