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The Azerbaijan Premier League, currently named Unibank Premyer Liqas? after its main sponsor, is the top tier in Azerbaijani club football.

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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADP
1   Qarabağ 36 21 9 6 66 21 +45 72
2   İnter Bakı 36 20 7 9 60 37 +23 67
3   Qabala 36 18 7 11 48 36 +12 61
4   Neftçi 36 17 9 10 48 42 +6 60
5   Bakı 36 16 9 11 53 43 +10 57
6   Khazar Lankaran 36 12 13 11 44 49 -5 49
7   Simurq 36 11 13 12 35 28 +7 46
8   AZAL 36 6 13 17 29 49 -20 31
9   Sumqayıt 36 5 10 21 27 61 -34 25
10   Rəvan 36 4 10 22 22 66 -44 22

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Reynaldo Qarabag 22 2
V. Cavadov Inter Baki 14 0
D. Ceran Simurq 13 2
D. Subotic Qabala 12 0
M. Etame Khazar Lankaran 11 0
B. Tskhadadze Inter Baki 10 1
R. Äliyev Baki 9 0
L. George Qarabag 9 0
Chumbinho Qarabag 8 1
L. Ebecilio Qabala 8 0
Nildo Khazar Lankaran 8 0
Ä. Ismayilov Baki 8 5
W. John AZAL 8 2
Leonardo Qabala 7 2
V. Mendy Qabala 7 0

 

News

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