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Premier League Top Scorers
|F. Chalov||CSKA Moscow||8||5|
|B. Garré||Krylya Sovetov||8||4|
|K. Tyukavin||Dinamo Moscow||8||0|
|N. Tiknizyan||Lokomotiv Moscow||6||0|
|A. Zabolotny||CSKA Moscow||6||1|
|M. Konaté||Akhmat Grozny||5||4|
|Q. Promes||Spartak Moscow||5||0|
Premier League News
AFP · 15 hours ago
Ange Postecoglou said his Tottenham team will stick to their attacking principles despite a damaging run of results that has caused a tumble down the Premier League table.
AFP · 17 hours ago
Mauricio Pochettino admitted the pressure on Chelsea to perform is "massive" after another setback against Manchester United in midweek but insisted he was "building something that will pay off".
AFP · 17 hours ago
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City's recent Premier League slump has delivered a much-needed reality check as he prepares for Sunday's match at lowly Luton.
AFP · 18 hours ago
Erik ten Hag says it is up to Marcus Rashford to force his way back into the Manchester United side after he was dropped for the midweek win against Chelsea.
MLS Cup, Spurs vs. Newcastle, and Barca vs. Girona headline top live games to watch on the weekend of Dec. 8-10, 2023
Live Soccer TV · 18 hours ago
Columbus Crew vs. LAFC, Aston Villa vs. Arsenal, Juventus vs. Napoli, Tottenham vs. Newcastle, and Barcelona vs. Girona are just a few of the games to make our list.
AFP · 19 hours ago
Jurgen Klopp said he is happy with the progress of his rebuilt Liverpool team as they bid to go top of the Premier League at Crystal Palace on Saturday.
AFP · 20 hours ago
Mikel Arteta says he will continue to show passion on the touchline despite landing himself with a ban for Arsenal's trip to Aston Villa on Saturday.
About Premier League
Premier League History, Format, Organization, Media Coverage
The Russian Premier League is the top professional football division in Russia. This league kicked off in 2001 and has been administered ever since by the Russian Footbal Union, replacing the Russian Top Division, which was created in 1992.
Like many European leagues, this competition operates on a promotion-relegation system, with sixteen teams playing in all RPL tournaments, which usually start in July and have a big winter break between December and late February. The lowest-ranked teams in the league are relegated to the Russian First League, while those who finish in 13th and 14th places enter a relegation playoff against two teams from the First League.
Over the years, there have been over 50 teams playing in the Russian top-flight, Only three clubs (Spartak Mosco, CSKA Moscow, and Lokomotiv Moscow) have avoided relegation since the league was created. Out of these teams, Spartak Moscow have been the most successful.
Russian Premier League games are available to watch online via a subscription to the league’s website. Linear TV broadcasts are also available via Match TV and Match Premier, who signed broadcasting rights with the competition until 2025.