A good week for Mamelodi Sundowns got even better on Monday when the latest standings for the Q-Innovation quarter two were revealed.
The Brazilians, who won the Telkom Knockout on Wednesday and then moved to the top of the Absa Premiership table on Sunday, are also leading the race in the Q2 hunt.
The winner will receive R1.5 million.
Pitso Mosimane’s men have won all four games in the current sequence, the only team with a 100 per cent record.
They have also scored the most goals (nine) and conceded the fewest (one) for a maximum of 12 points, three points ahead of Mpumalanga Black Aces, who sit on the overall rankings.
AmaZayoni have nine points after three wins and a loss, with a vastly improved SuperSport United sitting in third position.
Matsatsantsa are the only other unbeaten team along with Sundowns after winning two and drawing two of their matches in Q2.
Q1 winners Bidvest Wits and defending league champions Kaizer Chiefs are next best with seven points apiece, followed by Orlando Pirates, who have six points and a game in hand in sixth position.
There is a surprise team at the bottom of the table – Ajax Cape Town.
The Urban Warriors are the only pointless team in the quarter, although like Pirates, they have only played three games, but lost all of them.
Sitting above them is another out-of-form side in University of Pretoria, who have one point from three games, while the overall bottom team in 2015/16, Maritzburg United lie in14th place.
The Team of Choice have two draws and two losses in Q2.
Bloemfontein Celtic are a place above them with the same return and the bottom four are the only winless teams in the second part of the season.
The Absa Premiership will resume again in the new year, with the first game scheduled for January 8.