motor_action logo.pngHigh flying Motor Action will be hoping to stretch its winning streak to 6 games when they clash with Kiglon on Sunday, in a premiership action that will be without heavyweights, Dynamos, Caps United and Gunners.


With the heavyweights missing from action due to the commitement of their players in Zimbabwe’s crunch African Nations Championship qualifier against the Seychelles on Saturday, log leaders Motor Action are set to be the centre of attraction  when they clash with Kiglon at Gwanzura stadium on Sunday.


The Mighty Bulls who are still to drop a point in the domestic premiership so far this season, will be hoping to keep their 100 %record intact and maintain the  momentum that saw them demolish Shabanie Mine 3-0 last weekend, at their home ground,Motor Action Sports Club in the capital.


While the Bulls will be on the spotlight, Highlanders gaffer Mohammed Fathy who is slowly beginning to realize that life is not all that rosy in the Zimbabwean Premiership, will be praying that his disappointing strike force will this time wear their shooting boots, after missing a plethora of chances in their 3-1 defeat to Caps United last weekend.


Bosso who have proven to be poor travellers losing all of their away games so far this season, will be looking to capitalize on home advantage when they host Lengthens which will be hoping to bounce back from their 5-0 humiliating defeat to reigning league champions Gunners last weekend.


Sunday’s other encounter will see FC Victoria travelling to Masvingo for a date with Eagles at Mucheke Stadium.


On cloud 9, after picking up their first set of 3 points courtesy of a 1-0 win over Monomotapa last weekend, Premiership newboys Douglas Warriors host bottom placed Bantu Rovers who are yet to register a win at Rudhaka Stadium on Saturday while Black Mambas play Monomotapa at Morris Depot.