Orlando Pirates move one place down in the Premier Soccer League log table.
Despite not playing any League games this weekend the Buccaneers have dropped one place down in the log table.
Pirates were out of the country in honour of their CAF confederations Cup game against Brazzaville side MSC Diables Noirs where they played to a goalles draw.
Following the victory of Sekhukhune United against Cape Town City on Saturday afternoon Pirates moved to the seventh position in the log table.
Sekhukhune managed to leapfrog both Pirates and Golden Arrows to the fifth position.
The DStv premiership rookies find themselves on eleven points after playing seven games in the league so far.
Pirates will have a chance to go above Sekhukhune if they manage to defeat Maritzburg United in their next league game on Wednesday.
The Buccaneers have played six games and have collected a total of nine points and are on level points with Arrows, the two sides are separated by goal difference which favours Arrows.
Following today's defeat to Sekhukhune, Cape Town City also dropped to eleven position from the tenth spot.
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