motor_action logo.pngThe battle for supremacy resumes tomorrow for the two title contenders – Motor Action and Dynamos – with the Mighty Bulls off to Gwanzura to face an on-fire Gunners, while Dembare have a tricky home fixture against Kiglon.

Just after doing Motor Action a huge favour by beating Dynamos 1-0 and giving the Mighty Bulls the upper hand in the race for PSL championship, Gunners’ will this time aim their guns at the Bulls, hoping for maximum points.

The team outplayed Dynamos 1-0 over the weekend, the result ensuring that Motor Action sit proudly at summit of the PSL log standings.

In a post victory interview on Sunday, Gunners coach, Darlington Dlodlo, categorically stated that they shall not take any prisoners in the match against Motor Action because as reigning champions they are looking for a respectable finish.

“We will have no mercy at Motor Action. The way we have played today shall be the same treatment we shall award the Bulls. We won’t be sympathetic to anyone’s cause,” said Dlodlo.

While Motor Action will be squaring off with Gunners at Gwanzura, Rufaro will be alight as Dembare aim for yet another go at capturing the premiership top spot.

Kiglon might have appeared out of sorts in the past month, but Dembare can only underestimate them at their own peril.
The birds have a tendency of drawing strength from big guns and Wednesday’s fixture could draw the best from Kiglon.

But as the clock ticks off towards a race that is shaping towards an enthralling  photo-finish, many are wondering if Dynamos’ never-die-attitude would be enough to land the Glamour Boys the championship or whether Motor Action’s once-a-bull-always-a-bull slogan can sustain the Bulls’ charge to their first ever league title.