BY ZULHILMI ZAINAL Follow on Twitter
Only three rounds have been played in this season's Malaysia Super League, but already several packs have formed up in the standings, with round four set to be played this weekend.
The remaining two top six teams, PKNS FC and newcomers Petaling Jaya City, both on four points, will stay out of the relegation zone regardless of what happens. But if they can win their matches this weekend and other results favour them, they can climb up as high as the second place.
The bottom six teams in the standings meanwhile are either already in the relegation zone, or risk dropping down there.
The situation of Kuala Lumpur, currently in last place without a point, may look bleak, but the City Boys can only go up from there. If they manage to beat Terengganu at home and their stars align, they could see themselves rocketing all the way up to the seventh spot.
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