Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Ajax10820317+242653,099Dušan Tadić, Quincy Promes - 6André Onana
2PSV Eindhoven10721269+172333,220Donyell Malen - 10Jeroen Zoet
3Vitesse107212213+92315,433Bryan Linssen - 6Remko Pasveer
4AZ Alkmaar10622218+13209,767Oussama Idrissi - 6Marco Bizot
5Utrecht105232013+71719,287Gyrano Kerk - 4Maarten Paes
6Heerenveen104421611+51616,631Chidera Ejuke, Jens Odgaard - 4Warner Hahn
7Willem II105141214-21613,187Vangelis Pavlidis - 6Timon Wellenreuther
8Sparta Rotterdam94321816+21510,319Mohamed Rayhi, Halil Dervişoğlu - 4Tim Coremans
9Heracles Almelo94231314-11410,135Cyriel Dessers - 5Janis Blaswich
10Feyenoord93421817+11337,200Steven Berghuis - 5Kenneth Vermeer
11Twente103341719-21227,040Aitor Cantalapiedra - 5Joel Drommel
12Groningen93151012-21016,871Ajdin Hrustic - 3Sergio Padt
13VVV-Venlo103071024-1496,352Evert Linthorst - 4Thorsten Kirschbaum
14Zwolle92161321-8713,217Reza Ghoochannejad - 4Xavier Mous
15Emmen92161119-878,199Michael de Leeuw, Luciano Slagveer - 2Dennis Telgenkamp
16ADO Den Haag92071018-8612,111Tomáš Necid - 3Robert Zwinkels
17Fortuna Sittard91351223-1167,302Amadou Ciss - 3Alexei Koșelev
18RKC Waalwijk10019931-2215,885Clint Leemans, Melle Meulensteen - 2Etienne Vaessen



League Notes

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