The Premier Soccer League log table had some changes following a game that played on Tuesday.
There was only one game that took place this Tuesday which was between Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila and Kaizer Chiefs.
Amakhosi missed a chance to slide into the top 8 after losing the game on a last minute by 2-1.
Amakhosi remained on 9th position in the DStv premiership log table below TS Galaxy.
Chiefs have played a total of 26 games with only 29 points collected.
TTM managed to move out of the relegation zone after they Leapfrogged Chippa United to the 14th position.
The Limpopo based side still have one game in hand than Chippa United, and that will give them confidence going forward.
Other games will return tomorrow Mamelodi Sundowns will host Maritzburg United at Loftus Stadium.
The Brazilians will be looking to widen the gap on top of the table.
If the team manage a victory tomorrow they will go four points clear on top of Amazulu FC.
Orlando Pirates will also be aiming for a top four spot when they host Black Leopards tomorrow.
A win for the Buccaneers will put them on position four above Swallows FC.
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