The Premier soccer League log table had some changes following games that took place on Tuesday.
Following a week packed with action the DStv premiership returned this Tuesday for midweek action.
However only two games were playing today and other two games will play tomorrow, Wednesday.
Mamelodi Sundowns are still at the top of the log table with 16 Points collected after six games played.
The club will return to action tomorrow against Golden Arrows.
Royal AM moved to the third position after collecting a single point this afternoon against the relegation threatened Marumo Gallants.
Royal AM came back from two goals down and forced a draw after Gallants were leading by two goals.
AmaZulu moved to the sixth position after claiming a 1-0 victory against the relegation threatened TS Galaxy.
Usuthu managed to jump from nine position to the sixth spot.
Amakhosi slipped out of the top eight after they recently secured the top eight spot over the weekend after defeating Chippa United.
The Staurt Baxter's side now occupy the ninth position with nine points after seven games played and they win face a tough opponent on their next game, as they will play against Supersport United on Sunday Away from home.
After claiming a point against Royal AM, Marumo Gallants are still stuck in the relegation playoff spot with only three points after six games played.
Gallants have not won a single game in the DStv Premiership this season and things are not looking good for the Limpopo based side.
TS Galaxy also sunk deep in the relegation zone with two points collected in seven games played.
The club also has not won any games this season and the two points was collected from two draws.
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