The battle for the PSL accolade has entered a home stretch with this year’s title likely to go to the live wire just like last year’s championship which was decided on the last day.

The four teams in contention, Dynamos, Ngezi Platinum, FC Platinum and Chicken Inn are involved in tricky encounters with some facing teams that are fighting to survive the dreaded chop while some are facing rejuvenated sides who can be party spoilers.

Action continues in the PSL with matchday 27 fixtures giving title contenders a torrid time.

Teams that are stuck in the murky waters of relegation seem to be a hurdle for those vying for the most lucrative prize.

Second placed Ngezi Platinum face an unpredictable Tsholotsho at Baobab Stadium tomorrow.

Iziqholo Zezhwane as Tsholotsho is affectionately known, under the tutelage of Darlington Dodo are going into this encounter with their tails up after reducing Bulawayo City into minnows with a 2-0 battering in a mid week encounter.

FC Platinum who are third with 52 points face a well transformed Caps United at Mandava Stadium.

Norman Mapeza’s fate lies in this encounter since ‘Kugona Kunenge Kudada’ have for the past two seasons faltered at this time of the season.

A win for the Zvishavane based outfit will see them at the apex of the log since they trail log leaders by a point just like fellow platinum miners, Ngezi.

A date between Black Rhinos and How Mine at Rufaro completes tomorrow’s fixtures.

Dynamos face Harare City at the National Sports Stadium in a derby on Sunday.

It is a must win for DeMbare who have been missing their precious gem from Cameroon, Joel Christian Epoupa Ntouba.

Ntouba returns to the fold after completing his suspension.

In Bulawayo it is derby time between Chicken Inn and an unconvincing Highlanders at Barbourfields.

At the Colliery, Hwange date Bulawayo City while Triangle who are dodged by a poor away form face an annointed Yadah at Gibbo.

In the Midlands capital, the airmen, Chapungu face a wounded ZPC Kariba at Ascot.

The relegation battle continues at Luveve where basement side Bantu Rovers square off with fellow relegation candidates Shabanie.