The Premier soccer League log table had no major changes following all games that took place this Saturday.
Despite not participating in today's games, Mamelodi Sundowns remained unshaken at the summit of the log table.
SSU remained on second position after playing to a goalless draw against Chippa United.
Stellies are on third position after playing to a 1-1 draw against Baroka FC on Saturday evening.
The two sides SSU and Stellies are on level points with twelve points each team and are only a point behind Sundowns who have 13 points.
Orlando Pirates failed to break into the top four of the log table after dropping points against Cape Town City following a 1-1 draw on Saturday evening.
The Buccaneers remained on fifth position below Royal AM.
Amazulu dropped from seventh position to eighth position following a 1-1 draw against Kaizer Chiefs.
Amakhosi moved from 13th to 12th position after securing a point against Usuthu.
TS Galaxy also remained in the rock bottom after losing at home against Sekhukhune United and things are not looking good for the rockets.
The rest of the games will resume tomorrow before the league goes to the international FIFA break.
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