League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Red Bull Salzburg7700346+28219,348Erling Braut Håland - 11Cican Stankovic
2LASK Linz7511113+8165,341Marko Raguž - 3Alexander Schlager
3Wolfsberger AC7502198+11154,725Shon Weissman - 8Alexander Kofler
4Rapid Wien7412148+61317,875Taxiarchis Fountas - 4Tobias Knoflach
5Sturm Graz740385+3129,885Bekim Balaj - 3Jörg Siebenhandl
6Hartberg732216160114,094Dario Tadić - 7René Swete
7WSG Wattens72231013-384,350Zlatko Dedić - 4Ferdinand Oswald
8Rheindorf Altach72141616074,108Mergim Berisha - 4Martin Kobras
9Mattersburg7205719-1262,638Martin Pušić, Andreas Gruber - 2Markus Kuster
10Austria Wien71241016-6510,393Christoph Monschein - 6Ivan Lucic
11St. Pölten7124521-1655,061Daniel Luxbacher, Luan Leite... - 1Christoph Riegler
12Admira Wacker Mödling7016322-1911,947Christoph Schösswendter, Boris Cmiljanić... - 1Andreas Leitner

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Red Bull Salzburg7700346+2821
2LASK Linz7511113+816
3Wolfsberger AC7502198+1115
4Rapid Wien7412148+613
5Sturm Graz740385+312
7WSG Wattens72231013-38
8Rheindorf Altach7214161607
10Austria Wien71241016-65
11St. Pölten7124521-165
12Admira Wacker Mödling7016322-191



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