The Premiere Soccer League (PSL) log table had some changes after all the games that played on Saturday.
Mamelodi Sundowns cemented their top spot after claiming maximum points against Orlando Pirates.
Supersport United also cemented their second position after beating Maritzburg United by 2-1 on Saturday evening.
Stellenbosch remained on third position following a 2-1 victory against Chippa United.
Pirates also did not move despite losing to sundowns by 2-0.
The Buccaneers remained of position four.
Amazulu jumped all the way from position 15 to 7th position after the Kwazulu natal based outfit claimed their first victory of the season against Baroka FC by a slender win of 1-0.
Golden Arrows dropped to the 8th position after playing to a 1-1 draw against the DStv premiership rookies Sekhukhune United.
Kaizer Chiefs also dropped from the 13th position to 14th after Amazulu claimed their first win and leapfrogged many teams including Amakhosi.
However Chiefs will have their chance to move up in the log table today when they visit Marumo Gallants who are sitting on rock bottom of the log table.
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