Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Midtjylland9810142+12257,868Evander - 4Jesper Hansen
2FC Copenhagen9702168+82114,372Jonas Wind - 5Sten Grytebust
3Brøndby95131713+41613,477Kamil Wilczek - 8Marvin Schwäbe
4Aarhus9423126+6149,889Mustapha Bundu - 4William Eskelinen
5Odense9423139+4147,430Sander Svendsen, Bashkim Kadrii - 4Oliver Christensen
6Aalborg94141510+5136,566Lucas Andersen - 5Jacob Rinne
7Nordsjælland94141615+1132,162Isaac Atanga - 4Nicolai Larsen
8Randers93241311+2114,559Saba Lobzhanidze - 4Patrik Carlgren
9SønderjyskE9252109+1115,416Mart Lieder - 4Sebastian Mielitz
10Hobro92521112-1113,377Pål Alexander Kirkevold - 4Jesper Rask
11Horsens9315716-9102,468Nicolai Brock-Madsen - 2Michael Lansing
12Lyngby9306816-893,796Frederik Gytkjær - 5Thomas Mikkelsen
13Esbjerg9126415-1153,915Adrian Tabarcea Petre - 2Jeppe Højbjerg
14Silkeborg90361024-1433,446Ronnie Schwartz - 5Oscar Hedvall

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Kian HansenNordsjælland 1
Simon PiesingerRanders 1

Nationalities

League Notes

Rank Key

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