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Standings

Russian Football Premier League 2014/2015
TotalHomeAway
RnkTeamMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGA+/-Pts
1 Zenit St. Petersburg201532461110811286107211853548
2 CSKA Moskva201415481811902315951317133043
3 FK Krasnodar201154321895221681163216101438
4 Rubin Kazan20106428191264218128422107936
5 Dinamo Moskva1911263922106132411951315111735
6 Spartak Moskva20105529239531169115241314635
7 Lokomotiv Moskva20974211311632148934275834
8 Kuban Krasnodar2079420211155115109243511-130
9 Terek Groznyi207492019115331369216713125
10 Mordovya Saransk206410133093244611326924-1722
11 FC Ufa2047916278044612124351015-1119
12 Ural Yekaterinenburg20521317301131712179216513-1317
13 Torpedo Moskva20371016341014571410235920-1816
14 Arsenal Tula2042141230111288189306412-1814
15 Amkar Perm193511133173137512048626-1814
16 FK Rostov20351217419315714110471027-2414

Comments

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Latest Comments:
Zenit St. Petersburg
Dinamo Moskva
bayernguy670
11/05/2014 at 15:20
What the heck?! What does it mean by "abandoned" did every one just leave!?
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Photos

  • Igor Smolnikov of FC Zenit St Petersburg celebrates after scoring
  • Sergei Parshivlyuk of FC Spartak Moscow celebrates after scoring a goal
  • Anderlecht's Anthony Vanden Borre (L) fights for the ball with Dynamo Moscow's Mathieu Valbuena (R)
  • Panathinaikos' Gordon Schildenfeld (2nd L) and Mladen Petric (R) fight for the ball with Dinamo Moscow's Christopher Samba (2nd R)
  • Aleksandr Kokorin (R) of Dinamo Moscow challenged by Charles Kabore of Kuban Krasnodar
  • Aleksandr Kokorin (L) and Balazs Dzsudzsak of Dinamo Moscow celebrate