Highlanders have shot to the summit of the Premier Soccer League on 12 points following their 1-nil defeat of Ngezi Platinum Stars at Barbourfields in Bulawayo at the weekend.

The Bulawayo side, Bosso have won four of their five matches and lost one match.

Ngezi Platinum Stars despite the defeat are in second place on 10 points having played a game more, won three, drawn one and lost two matches.

Defending champions Caps United are third following a four-nil drubbing of a hapless Chapungu side at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday.

Makepekepe have two wins and three draws and are yet to lose a match on nine points.

Chicken Inn who have the same number of points as Caps United, beat Hwange 1-nil at the colliery.

The Gamecocks have three wins from five games and two losses.

Returnees army side, Black Rhinos have played only four games, three wins and loss are also on 9 points.

Newcomers Yadah Stars who were beaten 1-nil  by Dynamos on Sunday at the National Sports Stadium ending an unbeaten run, are also on 9 points from six matches played.

They have won two and drawn three matches and suffered their first loss to DeMbare.

FC Platinum have also played only four matches, winning two and drawing two and are without a defeat this season have 8 points.

Bulawayo City have played six matches winning two, drawing two and losing two are also on 8 points, after scoring six and conceding six goals.

Shabanie Mine under youthful coach Takesure Chiragwi beat Tsholotsho 1-nil at Maglas on Saturday and are also on 8 points from the six matches played winning two, drawing two and losing two.

Under-fire Dynamos who have played five matches have won two, drawn one and lost two have seven points.

How Mine also have 7 points from the five matches played winning two, drawing one and losing two matches.

Hwange are on 7 points from 6 matches after registering two wins, one draw and three losses.

The coalminers are still without a win at home after a 1-nil defeat at the hands of Chicken Inn on Friday.

ZPC Kariba have 6 points from four matches played after two wins and two losses.

Triangle’s 2-1 victory over  Bulawayo City on Sunday has seen them with 6 points from 6 matches played after three draws and two losses.

Tsholotsho are fourth from bottom from six matches and are yet to register a win this season following four draws and two losses after this weekend’s defeat to Shabanie Mine on Sunday.

Harare City FC are third from bottom from 4 matches following three draws and a loss to ZPC Kariba on Monday at the Morris Depot meaning the sun is not shinning for the city boys.

Bantu Rovers are second from bottom from five matches following one win and four losses on three points.

Air Force of Zimbabwe side Chapungu anchor the log table with no wins from six matches following their 4-nil thumping by Caps United on Saturday on two points from two draws.