Premier Soccer League action enters match day 29 tomorrow with the major highlight being the Zvishavane derby pitting title contenders FC Platinum and Shabanie Mine.

FC Platinum are fighting to close the gap between them and log leaders Dynamos while on the other side Shabanie are trying to evade the dreaded chop.

Football fans in Zvishavane are itching to see who will walk away with bragging rights in tomorrow’s derby.

Norman Mapeza’s charges troop into their home ground Mandava Stadium with their tails up after a dramatic comeback which saw them come from behind to beat Highlanders 2-1 at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

Shabanie Mine will be banking on their present form which saw them deny Chicken Inn maximum points at Maglas.

It remains to be seen whether the asbestos miners will dent FC Platinum’s quest to close the gap on Dynamos who are one point ahead.

Pacesetters Dynamos have a tricky assignment when they welcome a relegation wounded Tsholotsho at the National Sports Stadium.

Tsholotsho are known for giving DeMbare a good run for their money if history is anything to go by.

A double header is set for Luveve Stadium pitting relegated Bantu Rovers and ZPC Kariba at 1pm while How Mine and Bulawayo City renew their rivalry in a derby fixture in normal fixture time. 

Ngezi Platinum who like any other team in the title matrix or relegation storm play with their ears on the ground when they travel to Ascot for a date with airmen Chapungu.

The battle for relegation survival is set for the Colliery where Hwange face off with Yadah Stars.

It is a fixture were both sets of teams cannot afford a drop of points.

On Thursday, third placed Chicken Inn will be praying a miracle happens for them to collect maximum points against a visiting Harare City at Luveve to remain within the title matrix.

Triangle square off with Highlanders at Gibbo, while Black Rhinos face Caps United at the National Sports Stadium.