The Premier soccer League log table had some changes following all the games that took place this weekend.
Mamelodi Sundowns reclaimed the top spot after defeating TS Galaxy on Sunday evening.
Supersport climbed to the second position after defeating the Troubled Swallows FC by 3-0 on Sunday evening.
Stellenbosch FC slipped toy the third position and the club were leapfrogged by both Downs and SSU.
Orlando Pirates also slipped to the fourth position after they were on top of the table for few minutes Saturday following their 3-1 victory against Chippa United.
The Buccaneers are on level points with both SSU and Stellenbosch.
Royal AM moved to the fifth position after claiming a victory against Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday evening.
Swallows dropped all the way to 11th position after losing to SSU at home.
Amakhosi slipped to the 12th position after failing to collect points last night.
TS Galaxy also dropped to the relegation zone after losing to Downs.
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