League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Molde1812334218+24396,904Ohi Omoijuanfo - 10Andreas Linde
2Bodø/Glimt1812334127+14393,289Amor Layouni - 9Ricardo
3Odd1810442620+6345,703Torgeir Børven - 13Sondre Rossbach
4Rosenborg199553024+63211,434Alexander Søderlund - 6André Hansen
5Brann188552318+52910,584Vito Wormgoor - 5Håkon Opdal
6Vålerenga187563325+8268,473Aron Dønnum, Chidera Ejuke - 6Adam Larsen Kwarasey
7Viking187472728-1259,229Tommy Høiland - 7Iven Austbø
8Haugesund186662721+6244,149Ibrahima Koné, Ibrahima Wadji - 4Helge Sandvik
9Kristiansund186572021-1234,111Christophe Psyché, Bendik Bye - 4Sean McDermott
10Lillestrøm186482329-6225,539Thomas Lehne Olsen - 6Marko Marić
11Mjøndalen184862630-4202,261Tonny Brochmann, Olivier Occéan - 5Julian Faye-Lund
12Stabæk195592026-6203,789Franck Boli - 6Marcus Sandberg
13Ranheim1853102032-12182,054Mads Reginiussen, Michael Karlsen - 4Even Barli
14Tromsø1853102036-16183,298Robert Taylor, Onni Valakari - 4Gudmund Taksdal Kongshavn
15Sarpsborg 08182971925-6155,551Jørgen Strand Larsen - 4Aleksandr Vasyutin
16Strømsgodset1834111936-17135,364Mos - 3Viljar Myhra


Red Cards
1. Sheriff SinyanLillestrøm 1
Marcus PedersenTromsø 1


League Notes

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