Kaizer Chiefs has moved one place down in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) log table.
Amakhosi were occupying the ninth position while Arrows were on eighth position.
After Maritzburg claimed three points, Chiefs slipped to the tenth position while Arrows slipped to the ninth position.
The team of choice has now collected a total number of ten points after eight games played so far this season.
The club is on level points with both Amazulu and Orlando Pirates who are leading with goal difference.
Pirates occupy the sixth position, followed by Amazulu to the seventh position then Maritzburg on eighth spot.
However Maritzburg has played more games than both Arrows and Chiefs.
Arrows are in action this evening against Cape Town City and if the KwaZulu Natal based side manage to win they will go above Maritzburg, Amazulu, Pirates and Sekhukhune United.
The club will jump from ninth position to the top five.
Amakhosi will also be in action tomorrow when they visit Supersport United, should Amakhosi claim a victory tomorrow they will reclaim their top eight spot and could go to position six or position five in the log table, depending on how many goals they score if Arrows also claim victory this evening because the two sides will be on level points.
However it will be not an easy game for Chiefs against SuperSport, as the Tshwane based outfit are also aiming to close the gap from Mamelodi Sundowns who are currently leading the log table by four points clear.
A draw for either side tomorrow will not make much deference as both sides are desperately in need of maximum points and nothing less.
The game is scheduled to kickoff at 17:30 Sunday.
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