A vital 2-1 Harare derby victory injected a sense of belief in DeMbare’s quest for survival in a weekend where 2 other fixtures ended in stalemates.

In a weekend set aside for rescheduled fixtures, all attention was on the Harare derby where Dynamos headed into battle conscious of the need for a favourable result that was critical in their fight for survival.

Despite a sluggish first half performance, the Glamour Boys put on an impressive second half showing which handed DeMbare a vital 2-1 win which elevated Dynamos to 11th position and 2 points clear of the drop zone.

Having had an indifferent start to life at Dynamos since his move from Supersport, Kingstone Nkhatha finally came to the party after grabbing the crucial equaliser that set the Glamour Boys on their way to an important win.

With DeMbare still not safe but now 4 places above the drop zone with 5 games to go, Dynamos head coach Lloyd Chigove is weary of the hard work that lies ahead.

After playing out a 1-all draw with Shabanie Mine at Maglas stadium, Highlanders remained unchanged on 6th position after taking their points tally to 44.

Harare City maintained 7th place following a 1-all draw with Black Rhinos who moved into the top 8 with 41 points.