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League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Standard Liège34221116119+427725,785Milan Jovanović - 16Rorys Aragón→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Anderlecht3421765931+287024,911Nicolás Frutos, Ahmed Hassan - 8Daniel Zítka→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Club Brugge3420774530+156726,368François Sterchele - 11Stijn Stijnen→ UEFA Cup via league finish 1
4Cercle Brugge3417986233+296010,101Tom De Sutter, Stijn De Smet... - 10Bram Verbist
5Germinal Beerschot34167114634+12559,868Sanharib Malki - 16Kenny Steppe→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 2
6Gent341410105746+115210,690Bryan Ruiz, Dominic Foley - 11Bojan Jorgačević→ UEFA Cup via cup loss 3
7Zulte Waregem34138134754-7476,704Mbaye Leye - 16Geert De Vlieger
8Charleroi34137144145-4469,393Joseph Akpala - 18Bertrand Laquait
9Westerlo34129134337+6455,941Bart Van Den Eede - 8Yves De Winter
10Genk34129135455-14523,271Elyaniv Barda - 16Logan Bailly
11Mouscron34126163843-5425,841Bertin Tomou - 11Mark Volders
12Lokeren34915103233-1425,804Patiyo Tambwe - 7Boubacar Barry
13Mechelen341010144552-74011,143Aloys Nong - 13Olivier Renard
14Roeselare34911143655-19386,096Mahamadou Dissa - 14Jurgen Sierens
15Dender3496193359-26334,672Henri Munyaneza - 9Cédric Berthelin, Erwin Lemmens
16Mons34712153745-8334,647François Zoko - 7Frédéric Herpoel
17Sint-Truiden3469193258-26277,824Adamo Coulibaly - 7Simon MignoletRelegated
18Brussels3447232766-39195,219Julien Gorius - 7Patrick NysRelegated

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