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League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1FC Copenhagen33181146232+306515,926Andreas Cornelius - 18Johan Wiland→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Nordsjælland3317976037+23605,827Joshua John - 10Jesper Hansen→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Randers33157113642-6525,240Ronnie Schwartz - 14David Ousted→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Esbjerg33138123832+6476,647Martin Braithwaite - 9Lukáš Hrádecký→ UEFA Europa League via cup win 1
5Aalborg33138125146+5476,897Nicklas Helenius - 16Nicolai Larsen→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
6Midtjylland331211105147+4475,800Mads Albæk, Petter Andersson - 9Jonas Lössl
7Aarhus33118145049+1418,043Aron Jóhannsson - 14Steffen Rasmussen
8SønderjyskE33125165357-4413,005Lasse Vibe - 13Marin Skender
9Brøndby33912123945-6399,166Simon Makienok - 15Michael Tørnes
10Odense33108155259-7387,320Krisztián Vadócz, Marcus Pedersen... - 7Jesper Christiansen
11Horsens33810153149-18343,970Troels Kløve, Martin Spelmann - 4Frederik RønnowRelegated
12Silkeborg3387183866-28313,151Marvin Pourié - 14Lasse HeinzeRelegated

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