PSL Log Table after Sunday Games, Kaizer Chiefs Move to New Position after 3-1 Win
The premier soccer league (PSL) log table had major changes following all games that took place this weekend between Friday 7 October and Sunday 9 October.
A couple of teams were in action this weekend for their match day 10 of the season.
We look at the log table following all games that took place this weekend only.
Mamelodi Sundowns remained unshaken at the top despite not being in domestic action this weekend.
The Brazilians have collected 19 points after match day 9 and the club is on top of the log table with a single point clear.
Richards Bay cemented their second place after securing away point against Orlando Pirates on Saturday night at Orlando Stadium following a goalless draw.
The kwazulu-natal side have now collected a total of 18 points after match day ten and che club trail the log leaders by a single point.
SuperSport United climbed to the third position on the log table after claiming a hard-fought victory on Friday night against Sekhukhune United.
The Tshwane based side have collected a total of 17 points so far this season after playing ten games.
Kaizer Chiefs moved it to the fourth position after Amakhosi maintained their winning momentum against Stellenbosch FC on Sunday afternoon following a 3-1 victory away from home at DHL Stadium in Cape Town.
Amakhosi have now collected 17 points after playing a total of 10 games so far this season.
The club managed to Leapfrog their Soweto rivals Orlando Pirates who drop maximum points against the Richards Bay on Saturday night.
Following the victory of Amakhosi the Buccaneers dropped to the fifth position on the log table with 15 points collected after match day ten.
The Stellies remained on 6th position after the club suffered a heavy defeat on Sunday afternoon against the fourth-place Amakhosi.
Swallows FC remained moved to the 15th position after the club failed to collect maximum points this weekend.
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