League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1AEK Athens3021725012+387012,487Sergio Araujo - 11Panagiotis Tsintotas→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2PAOK3021455919+40647,120Aleksandar Prijović - 19Alexandros Paschalakis3-point deduction 1, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Olympiacos3018666328+355714,016Karim Ansarifard - 17Silvio Proto3-point deduction 2, → UEFA Europa League via league finish 3
4Atromitos30151144321+2256879Nicolas Diguiny, Abiola Dauda - 9Andreas Gianniotis→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Asteras Tripoli3012993924+15451,842Michalis Manias - 12Giorgos Athanasiadis→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
6Xanthi3012993130+1451,557Erik Jendrišek - 11Živko Živković
7Panionios301010103231+1401,715Srđan Spiridonović - 8Matic Kotnik
8Panetolikos3098133140-9352,420Vlad Morar - 9Dimitris Kyriakidis
9PAS Giannina30713103134-3342,306Pedro Pérez Conde - 14Marcos Vellidis
10Levadiakos30810122334-11341,156Petros Giakoumakis - 7Epassy Devis
11Panathinaikos3010101030300326,485Robin Lod, Lucas Villafáñez - 5Odisseas Vlachodimos8-point deduction 4
12Larissa30710132241-19313,866Thomas Nazlidis, Miloš Deletić... - 5Mladen Božović
13PAS Lamia30612122034-14301,941Piti - 5Nikos Papadopoulos
14Apollon Smyrni30611132336-13291,793Christos Almpanis - 8Ivan Čović
15Kerkyra30410161951-32221,190Denis Epstein - 6Nikos GiannakopoulosRelegated
16Platanias3024241465-51101,724Clarck N'Sikulu - 5Kokkalas Antonis, Filip KljajićRelegated

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Clévid DikamonaPlatanias 2
Anastasios PapazoglouApollon Smyrni 2
Danny BejaranoPanetolikos 2
Triantafyllos PasaridīsAsteras Tripoli 2
Evangelos Ikonomou2 squads 2
Emanuel InsúaPanathinaikos 2
Marcos PauloPanetolikos 2
Sotiris BalafasKerkyra 2
9. Kyriakos KivrakidisAtromitos 1
Björn EngelsOlympiacos 1
Paschalis StaikosPanathinaikos 1
Yevhen BudnikPAS Lamia 1
Noé AcostaPAS Lamia 1
Nikos KorovesisPlatanias 1
Epassy Devis • Levadiakos 1
Uroš ĆosićAEK Athens 1
Yacouba SyllaPanathinaikos 1
Georgios DasiosApollon Smyrni 1
VandersonPlatanias 1
Nikos KaltsasAsteras Tripoli 1
Róbert MakPAOK 1
Vlad MorarPanetolikos 1
Hugo AlmeidaAEK Athens 1
Oues Abdul • Platanias 1
Spinoulas Spyros • Kerkyra 1
Alberto BotíaOlympiacos 1
Jackson MendyLevadiakos 1
David López NadalesApollon Smyrni 1
Adnan AganovićLarissa 1
Thomas NazlidisLarissa 1
Alexis ApostolopoulosPAS Giannina 1
Carlos ZambranoPAOK 1
Sergio AraujoAEK Athens 1
Nikos AnastasopoulosPAS Lamia 1
Omri AltmanPanathinaikos 1
Aristidis SoiledisKerkyra 1
Walter IglesiasAsteras Tripoli 1
Masoud ShojaeiPanionios 1
Giannis MystakidisPanathinaikos 1
PitiPAS Lamia 1
Hrvoje MilićOlympiacos 1
Axel JuárezApollon Smyrni 1
Efthimis KoulourisPAOK 1
Martín RolleKerkyra 1
Jorge CasadoXanthi 1
Jérôme GuihoataPanionios 1
Stratos SvarnasXanthi 1
Apostolos SkondrasPAS Giannina 1
Stefanos EvangelouPanathinaikos 1
Mark Nyaaba AsigbaPAS Lamia 1
Vasileios PliatsikasPlatanias 1
Diego BiseswarPAOK 1
Nikos PapadopoulosPAS Lamia 1
Thanasis PapageorgiouPanionios 1
Viera EllongKerkyra 1
Savvas TsabourisLevadiakos 1
Konstantinos FliskasXanthi 1
Nikolaos GoliasLarissa 1
LeonardoLevadiakos 1

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