Abha maintained the lead at Prince Mohammed bin Salman League for First Class Football Clubs for the seventh round in a row, after it won, outside its home grounds, 2-0 against Al-Nahda.
Abha raised its total to 30 points to maintain the first place, with a 4-point difference from Jeddah and Dhamac, the second and the third, with 26 points each.
Miscellaneous Statistics and Figures from Round 15:
- 14 goals were scored in 10 matches, 6 of which ended with a win, against 4 matches that ended with a negative tie.
- Jeddah's Forward, Othman Al-Haj, maintains the first place on the League's top scorers list with 9 goals, one goal difference from the Runner-up, Lester Stefan of Trinidad and Tobago, of Al-Mujazzal.
- Jeddah is at the top of the list of the teams with the strongest attack, after its players succeeded to score 21 goals, with a difference of two goals from Dhamac, followed by Al-Jeel, Najran and Al-Mujazzal (18 goals).
- Hajer is at the top of the list of the teams with the strongest defense, after its goal net shook with 8 goals only in 15 matches, followed by Abha (10 goals), Jeddah and Dhamac (12 goals), and then Al-Ansar, Al-Adalah and Al- Nojoom (13 goals).
- Abha scored the highest number of wins during the competitions of the current season, 9 matches so far, followed by Dhamac, Al-Ansar and Al-Jeel with 7 wins, and then Jeddah and Najran with 6 wins.
- Al-Nojoom recorded the highest number of ties so far, in 9 matches out of the 15 it played in this season's competition, followed by Hejar and Jeddah with 8 ties.
- Al-Qaisumah had the highest number of losses in the League so far. It lost 9 matches, while it scored two wins and 4 ties, scoring 10 points to maintain the 20th place on the list, followed by Al-Nahda (8 points), and then Al-Kawkab, Al-Orobah and Al-Shoula (7 points).
- The League's score so far has risen to 303 goals.
- So far, 150 matches were held in 15 rounds, 104 of which ended with a win and 46 with a tie; 26 positive and 20 negative.