They Premier Soccer League (PSL) log table had no major changes following games that took place this midweek.
There are only two games that took place this midweek which were between Marumo Gallants against TS Galaxy on Wednesday 1 December.
The Mayfair based side is still sitting on the seventh position in the log table and eleven points away from the log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns who still have a game in hand.
Pirates has collected a total number of 19 points after 13 games played and the club has been very inconsistent this season.
Following a victory against TS Galaxy, Gallants who were sitting on the relegation zone managed to move out of the relegation zone to secure a 12th spot in the log table.
The club leapfrogged a total of three teams to secure the top 12 position.
Gallants have played a total of 12 games and collected 11 points so far in the season.
After claiming their second win of the season the club stand a better chance to survive relegation this season.
Baroka FC who secured a point at Orlando Stadium this evening also moved out of the relegation zone.
The Limpopo based club headed to the game occupying the 15th spot after they were leapfrogged by Gallants.
Following this evening's draw against Pirates Baroka moved to 14 position with nine points after 12 games played.
TS Galaxy dropped to the relegation zone again after failing to claim points against Gallants.
The Rockets are on relegation playoff spot with nine points after 13 games played so far this season.
The club is on level points with Baroka separated by goal difference.
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