The stage is set for Chibuku quarter final action slated for this weekend with Harare City and Black Rhinos clashing at Rufaro Stadium tomorrow.

Giants fell in the first round with Dynamos, Highlanders and defending Champions Ngezi Platinum all kicked out of the competition.

It now appears anyone’s game with 2015 champions Harare City seeking to rekindle the top form they showed two seasons ago in the same competition.

The Sunshine Boys’ clash with a tricky Black Rhinos who progressed to the last 8 after overcoming Triangle in the first round.

Glory in the 2015 edition earned Harare City a ticket to Africa and the Sunshine Boys’ will be hoping for a string of wins that will again see them competing in the CAF Confederation Cup.

Tomorrow’s other encounter will be between Chapungu and How Mine who clash at Ascot stadium.

On Sunday, Caps United will be seeking to maintain their recent fine run when they face off with an unpredictable Shabanie at Maglas Stadium.

Makepekepe booted Ngezi Platinum out of the competition in the first round and Lloyd Chitembwe will be hoping to see his side march into the last four.

After being awarded their first round clash on a 3-0 scoreline after Chicken Inn walked off the pitch in protest over a penalty, Yadah FC now face another Bulawayo test when they clash against Bulawayo City at Barbourfields Stadium.