|Last Five Games||Date||Competition|
|W||Spartak NalchikSpart Nalchi||1-3||Anzhi MakhachkalaANZ||28 Nov, 2010||Russian Premier League|
|L||Anzhi MakhachkalaANZ||1-2||Saturn MoscowSaturn Mosco||20 Nov, 2010||Russian Premier League|
|W||Terek GroznyTER||1-3||Anzhi MakhachkalaANZ||13 Nov, 2010||Russian Premier League|
|W||Anzhi MakhachkalaANZ||1-0||FK Tom TomskTOM||6 Nov, 2010||Russian Premier League|
|L||Anzhi MakhachkalaANZ||0-1||Lokomotiv MoscowLOK||31 Oct, 2010||Russian Premier League|
|4||Zenit St Petersburg||26||+20||48|
|6||Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast||27||+2||36|
|8||FK Rubin Kazan||27||+7||35|
|9||FC Arsenal Tula||26||-3||35|
|13||FK Amkar Perm||26||-12||28|
Brown bear called Tima handed over the ball to the referee before the kickoff of Russian third division football match.
Footage of a bear performing in front of fans before a match in Russia has been condemned as "shocking and inhumane" by animal welfare group PETA.
Russian clubs played in near silence on Saturday as the country mourned 64 people killed in a shopping mall fire.
Alexander Kokorin is likely to become the third player from Russia's national team to miss the World Cup in his home country through injury.
Leicester forward Ahmed Musa has returned to former club CSKA Moscow on loan until the end of the season.
The head of Spartak Moscow's public relations department has been fined after a player posted a racially charged tweet to the club account.