Gothenburg claimed top spot thanks to a 2-0 home win over Hammarby.
Former Sunderland midfielder Tobias Hysen was the hero for Gothenburg, netting goals in the 25th and 45th minute as they overtook AIK at the top to go two points clear. AIK take on Orgryte tomorrow.
Kalmar held on to third place despite a 3-1 home defeat to Orebro, with Kim Olsen scoring twice for the visitors.
Elfsborg could go above Kalmar if they win at Malmo tomorrow night.
Struggling Djurgardens claimed only their fifth win of the season as they defeated Brommapojkarna 4-1, with Christer Youssef grabbing their second and third goals in the 48th and 63rd minutes.
Trelleborgs and Hacken drew 2-2, with the latter recovering from two goals down and a red card for Johan Lind to claim a point.