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Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 10

09:21 GMT+3 19/04/2019
Gilmar Filho, Perak, Pahang, Malaysia Cup
It's still a two-horse race heading into Malaysia Super League matchday 10, but how closely can the chasing pack keep behind the leaders?

BY        ZULHILMI ZAINAL       Follow on Twitter

Several Super League sides were left heartbroken following the results of the FA Cup third round earlier this week, but they have to pick themselves up quickly as the league campaign continues this weekend with matchday 10.

Despite their cup exit, JDT are still leading the league standings with 23 points, but a defeat may see them dropping down to second place. Pahang (21) are the only team that have a chance of snatching the top spot this weekend, while a defeat will not threaten their current position.

Kedah in third with 15 points cannot climb further up, but a defeat and unfavourable results elsewhere may see them going down all the way to fifth place.

Selangor (13) can only climb one spot higher, while a defeat could see them dropping down to seventh. PKNS FC (12) too can go up all the way to third, but a defeat could see them plummeting to ninth place.

Melaka United on 11 points have a shot of reaching the fourth spot, or falling down to just one spot above the relegation zone.

PKNP FC (10) can reach as high as fourth place, or drop down to 10th place, while for Perak (9) it is between fifth and 10th places.

The remaining four teams are either already in, or risk going down into the relegation zone this weekend.

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