Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11

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As first takes on second and third entertains fourth in the Super League this weekend, Goal looks at the possible changes in the standings.


BY        ZULHILMI ZAINAL       Follow on Twitter


As first takes on second and third entertains fourth in the Super League this weekend, Goal looks at the possible changes in the standings.

Defending champions and leaders Johor Darul Ta'zim (26 points) will play away to second-placed Pahang (24) on Sunday, and the match will see them either keeping their current spots, or swapping them with each other.

Third-placed Selangor (16) meanwhile will travel to Kedah (15). Both teams will be fighting for the third spot, but while Selangor face a possibility of dropping down to fifth if things don't go right for them, the hosts may end up in the seventh place. 

Melaka United (14) too have a shot at the third spot, while facing the possibility of ending the weekend in the seventh place.

PKNS FC and Terengganu FC, both on 12 points, both can either go up to fourth spot, or drop down to eighth place.

The PKNP FC vs Perak match, the Silver State Derby, will see a contest between two teams that are a lot closer than just their home grounds. Both are on 10 points, and both outfits have a chance to go up to sixth, or plummet to the last place.

The remaining three teams are either already in bottom place, or have a chance of ending this weekend there. However, Petaling Jaya City (8) have a chance of going up to eighth place, and so do Kuala Lumpur (8), whose recent resurgence has helped them leave the bottom of the league and given them a chance to leave the relegation zone for the first time in almost a month.

Felda United (7) meanwhile can climb up as high as the ninth spot.

Super League standings

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