Kaizer Chiefs' Position in the PSL Log after Saturday's Games
The 2022/23 season of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) kicked off this past weekend with the DStv Premiership.
Some teams have already played their season openers, while others will do so on Sunday, August 7, when the regular season officially kicks off.
After the previous games, we have a look at the log table.
Mamelodi Sundowns defeated Cape Town City 2-0 on Friday night to top the log table.
Richards Bay have moved up to second position in the DStv Premiership standings following their comfortable victory over Golden Arrows on Saturday.
Although this is their first season in the top tier of football, the Natal Rich guys appear to be a well-oiled machine.
Next up, the team will be hoping to continue their winning streak.
After a 2-0 victory and a clean sheet, the team is now equal on points with Sundowns.
Orlando Pirates are now in third place in the South African Premier League after beating Swallows FC in the Soweto Derby at Orlando Stadium on Saturday.
On Saturday night, Royal AM beat Kaizer Chiefs 1-0 at home to climb into fourth position in the South African Premier League.
The Pirates, Richards Bay, and Sundowns are also level with Royal AM.
Maritzburg United's 1-1 draw with Sekhukhune United on Saturday night propelled them into fifth place in the South African Premier League.
Sekhukhune are six points behind Maritzburg in the standings.
After a goalless draw on Saturday, Marumo Gallants and Stellenbosch FC are seventh and eighth in the standings, respectively.
Following their defeat by RAM on Saturday night, Chiefs are in 13th in the South African Premier League.
After losing the Soweto Derby against the Pirates, the Swallows are currently 14th in the South African Premier League.
CT City and Arrows are currently ranked 15th and 16th in the Eastern Conference after losing to each other by a goal difference of two.
There will be no further games until Tuesday and Wednesday, when the second round of matches will take place.
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