The Premier Soccer league log table had some major changes following all games that took place this Saturday.
Despite not playing any league games this weekend, Mamelodi Sundowns remained unshaken at the summit of the log table.
Supersport United however managed to move closer within a point to Sundowns after claiming a 2-0 victory against Baroka FC.
SSU are now on 15 points and one point below Sundowns who are on 16 points.
Royal AM are still occupying the third position despite not playing this weekend.
Stellenbosch FC who are on fourth position will have a chance of closing the gap from Sundown when they play against Swallows FC tomorrow.
Sekhukhune United moved to the top five after defeating the inconsistent Cape Town City on Saturday afternoon by a single goal.
Golden Arrows dropped to the sixth position after they were leapfrogged by Sekhukhune.
Orlando Pirates also dropped to one place down from number six to the seventh position.
Kaizer Chiefs managed to break into the top eight after defeating Chippa United by 4-0 on Saturday evening at FNB Stadium.
Cape Town City dropped to the 12th position after tasting a defeat.
The Chilli Boys also dropped to the 14th position after conceding four goals against Chiefs.
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