Log leaders Motor Action will have yet another opportunity to stretch their lead at the summit of the domestic premiership to four points when they clash with Highlanders in what promises to be an enthralling weekend of action in the local premiership.
After blowing a golden opportunity to stretch their lead at the top of the log to 3 points following a slip up by Dynamos, Motor Action again stand a chance of moving 4 points clear at the top of the premiership standings when they lock horns with Bulawayo giants Highlanders in what promises to be an explosive match at Barbourfields stadium on Sunday.
Highlanders who trail their opponents by 11 points, will be hoping to cut the existing gap between them and the Mighty Bulls, as pressure mounts on Bossoâ€™s unimpressive start to the 2010 campaign.
In Sundayâ€™s other encounters, Shabanie Mine will host Shooting Stars at Maglas stadium while Hwange lock horns with Monomotapa at the Colliery.
After a one all stalemate with title contenders Motor Action last Saturday, reigning league champions Gunners will be looking to reinstate their championship challenge when they clash with Kiglon at Gwanzura stadium.
Kiglon who are still fresh from an impressive nil all draw with the glamour boys, will be looking to pick up 3 points to move clear off the relegation zone.
Lengthens brimming with confidence after booking a place in the last four of the ABC Super 8, will be looking to pick up from where they left off when they clash with log anchors Bantu Rovers at Dzivarasekwa stadium, while Black Mambas play Douglas Warriors at Morris Depot.
Caps United who are still trying to find their feet after recruiting a number of players to compensate for the loss of key personnel to the South African premiership, will be hoping to collect maximum points when they lock horns with Eagles at Rufaro stadium.