Super Rugby Pacific standings after round 2

match between Chiefs and Crusaders. PHOTO/Super Rugby Pacific

The Chiefs are currently leading the Super Rugby Pacific table after their second round.

They have won both rounds putting them at the top of the log with nine points.

The Hurricanes are closely trailing with the same points as the Chiefs, having also won both their rounds.

The Blues are also tied on points with the same record, but have a point difference of 32, while the Hurricanes have a point difference of 35.

The Queensland Reds are at number four on the table with six points, having won one round and lost the other. They have a point difference of 13.

The Highlanders and Brumbies are at number five and six with five points each, but have different point differences of six and -7, respectively, after the second game.

The Melbourne Rebels are at position seven after the second round with five points, having lost one round and won the other. They have a point difference of -13.

The NSW Waratahs follow with four points and a point difference of -5. Moana Pasifika are at number nine on the table after the two rounds with four points and a point difference of -11, having won one round out of the two.

The bottom three teams on the table are Crusaders, Fijian Drua, and Western Force, with 1, 1, and 0 points, respectively.

The three teams have played two rounds, lost both rounds, and have point differences of -17, -27, and -44, respectively.

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