League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Al-Hilal7610226+1619Carlos Eduardo - 6Abdullah Al-Mayouf
2Al-Wehda750285+3157,013Youssouf Niakaté - 4Moustapha Zeghba
3Al-Ahli7421125+71417,439Omar Al Somah - 5Mohammed Al-Owais
4Al-Shabab733175+2127,219Cristian Guanca - 3Farouk Ben Mustapha
5Al-Faisaly532073+4114,450Roly Bonevacia - 2Mustafa Malayekah
6Al-Nassr632151+41112,224Abderrazak Hamdallah - 2Brad Jones
7Al-Hazem6312910-110Carlos Strandberg - 3Malik Asselah
8Al-Ittihad730411110924,792Romarinho - 5Fawaz Al-Qarni
9Al-Taawoun6213811-37Héldon Ramos - 2Cássio
10Al-Adalah72141314-1712,281Carolus Andriamatsinoro - 5Aymen Mathlouthi
11Abha621379-274,811Amine Atouchi - 2Abdelali Mhamdi
12Al-Ettifaq72051110+16Souleymane Doukara, Naïm Sliti - 2Raïs M'Bolhi
13Al-Raed6123613-753,193Marco Pérez - 2Azzedine Doukha
14Al-Fayha612338-554,115Abdulkareem Al-Qahtani, Arsénio Martins Lafuente Nunes... - 1Amer Shafi
15Al-Fateh71151015-5413,332Mitchell te Vrede - 3Maksym Koval
16Damac7115316-1349,613Mouhcine Iajour - 2Chamseddine Rahmani



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