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PSL Log Table after Sunday Games, See Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates New Positions

This weekend's games, there were some significant shifts in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) log table. 

The third round of games took place this past weekend, between Friday, August 12th and Sunday, August 14th, with all clubs returning to action. 

We check out the final scoreboard after this weekend's slate of games. 

With their second victory of the year, Richards Bay surged to the top of the log standings. 

After two victories and a draw thus far this season, the Rich Boys are atop the league with seven points and are undefeated. 

After two victories over the Tshwane teams, TS Galaxy climbed to second place in the log standings. 

After three rounds of play, the Rockets have accumulated seven points, good for second place. 

After tonight's 2-0 win over Supersport United, the club has secured three points. 

With their second victory of the year on Saturday, Amazulu jumped up to third position in the standings. 

As of the end of the third game day of the season, Usuthu has seven points as well. 

The weekend's stunning win by the Brazilians over their fiercest rivals, Kaizer Chiefs, knocked Mamelodi Sundowns all the way down to fourth position. 

After Saturday's loss against Stellenbosch FC, Royal AM found themselves in fifth place. 

After getting their first victory of the year, the Stellies saw their standings position improve to number six. 

After Orlando Pirates lost at home to Chippa United for the first time this season, they dropped to ninth position. 

With their first win, the Chilli boys climbed out of the relegation zone and into tenth position. 

After another weekend without any points, the Chiefs fell to 12th position. 

After losing for the third time in a row this season, Cape Town City are at their lowest point ever.


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