psl preview 17.09.10.jpgMotor Action will be hoping to continue with the relentless onslaught that has seen them opening up a 9 point lead at the summit of the premiership standings when they host Shootings Stars at Motor Action Sports Club tomorrow.

The Mighty Bulls, who have been in an uncompromising mood this season, will be searching for a 14th victory which would see them going 12 points clear of second-placed Dynamos, who will be active in the CAF Champions League.

Victory would take Motor Action’s points tally to 43 and place them in a strong position to land a maiden premiership crown that has eluded them for the past decade.

 In another encounter penciled for Saturday, Monomotapa Football Club will be hoping to continue with their free scoring mode that saw them hammering Bantu Rovers 3-0 last weekend, when they clash with Eagles at Gwanzura stadium.

A win would propel Monomotapa to 4th position at least for 24 hours, while Eagles who lie 8th on 22 points will also be seeking maximum points which would cement their position in the top 8.

While the Mighty Bulls will be looking to assert their dominance at the summit, the relegation battle is set to intensify with Bantu Rovers and FC Victoria in dire need of maximum points, if they entertain hopes of playing topflight football next season.

Bottom-placed Bantu Rovers who have only managed to amass 7 points in 16 outings travel to Zvishavane for a date with 4th placed Shabanie Mine at Maglas stadium, while second from bottom FC Victoria’s task will not be any easier when they lock horns with Lengthens at Mucheke Stadium on Sunday.

FC Victoria, who are currently second from bottom with 9 points, will be hoping to bounce back from their humiliating 3-0 loss to Caps United in their last encounter.

Elsewhere, Kiglon host Hwange at Rufaro, while Caps United and Highlanders clash at Barbourfields in the ZAOGA Top 4 Charity tournament.