FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza and midfielder Kelvin Madzongwe addressing a press conference

Log leaders FC Platinum believe they can maintain their winning formula when they host airmen Chapungu at Mandava stadium this Saturday.

This follows last week’s 1-nil away win against Bulawayo City.

FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza says morale is high in camp ahead of Saturday’s tie although they are wary of Chapungu’s second half consistency.

“We are aware of Chapungu’s second half performance but morale is high in camp,” said Mapeza.

FC Platinum midfielder Kelvin Madzongwe added that they look forward to collect maximum points in the Midlands derby.

“As players, we remain focused taking each game as it comes in other fixtures lined up for Saturday,” said Madzongwe.

In other fixtures, Ngezi Platinum’s title pedigree will come under spotlight when they lock horns with 2015 champions Chicken Inn at Luveve stadium.

Nichrut who are holding an anti hooliganism campaign in Shurugwi and Gweru host highlanders at Ascot.

Herentals entertain Caps United at the ceremonial home of football, Rufaro stadium, with Black Rhinos welcoming Bulawayo City at the National Sports Stadium.

On Sunday, the basement battle is set for Vengere where Mutare City hosts a disjointed Shabanie Mine.

An explosive encounter is set for Luveve where giant killers Bulawayo Chiefs welcome Harare City.

Dynamos host ZPC Kariba at Rufaro while the Triangle – Yadah tie set for Gibbo concludes Match Day 22 fixtures.