There have been slight changes to the Premier soccer League log table following Sunday's games.
Mamelodi Sundowns remained unshaken on top following their 1-1 draw against Swallows FC on Saturday.
Supersport United leap frogged Swallows to take second spot while Swallows moved to position 3.
The top three clubs, Sundowns, Swallows and SSU all have 27 points each, with goal difference separating them.
Cape Town City jumped to position 4 following their 4-2 victory against Golden Arrows.
Orlando Pirates went from position 4 to position 5 following the win on CTC.
Golden Arrows moved to position 6 following their loss against CTC.
Kaizer Chiefs remained unshaken from their 7th position after playing a goalless draw against Stellenbosch FC Saturday.
There are not much changes going down to position 16.
But however TTM went deeper into the relegation zone after losing to Supersport United on a Sunday evening, things are not looking good for the Limpopo based team.
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