League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Univ Católica2316524413+315310,233José Pedro Fuenzalida - 10Matías Dituro
2Colo-Colo2311663528+73925,556Esteban Paredes - 6Brayan Cortés
3Palestino2410864231+11382,127Lucas Passerini - 14Fabián Cerda
4Coquimbo Unido2481062927+2348,417Mauricio Pinilla - 5Matías Cano
5Audax Italiano241041035350343,090Ignacio Jeraldino - 11Joaquín Muñoz
6O'Higgins24104103435-1345,566Maximiliano Salas - 6Miguel Pinto
7Unión Española24104103032-2343,979Sebastián Varas - 8Diego Sánchez Carvajal
8La Calera238962823+5333,924Marcelo Larrondo, Eugenio Isnaldo - 4Augusto Batalla
9Huachipato239682928+1332,457Juan Sánchez Sotelo - 6Yerko Urra
10Cobresal2494112837-9311,177Carlos Muñoz - 7Sebastián López
11Antofagasta2476113435-1273,222Tobías Figueroa - 11Fernando Hurtado
12CD Everton236891923-4265,498Juan Cuevas, Álvaro Ramos - 5Cristian Campestrini
13Curico Unido236893541-6263,741Mauro Quiroga - 8Jorge Deschamps
14Iquique2366112338-15242,237Matías Donoso - 9Sebastián Pérez Kirby
15U Concepción2458112335-12234,368Patricio Rubio - 5Cristián Muñoz
16Univ Chile2331283037-72124,617Leandro Benegas - 7Fernando de Paul

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