It is a typical master versus student affair looming at Nyamhunga this Saturday as Sunday Chidzambwa’s ZPC Kariba face off with a high riding Dynamos in a league encounter.

Football has its own unwritten rule book grounded in the respect of legends and two legends will this Sunday brace up not practically on the field of play, but in the game’s technical sphere.

Lloyd Mutasa will lead his charges against his senior Chidzambwa in a match that Mutasa wants every point to ensure his campaign remains on track.

The Dynamos gaffer, however, concedes all things being considered it will not be a walk in the park for his side.

The FIFA international break could have relieved teams giving them the much needed rest, but it is also known for disturbing form.

DeMbare heads into Sunday’s game topping the log standings a feat they want to maintain.

For the Dynamos goalkeeper, Tonderayi Mateyaunga playing against his former paymasters will exert more pressure on the youngster who is chasing a silver ware for the first time.

Elsewhere title aspirants Chicken Inn head for Maglas for a tricky fixture against Shabanie Mine while FC Platinum meets Highlanders in one of the other big highlight fixtures for the weekend.

The Game Cocks will have to be at their best to beat a stubborn Shabanie Mine.

Ngezi Platinum, who are breathing behind Dynamos, travel to Barbourfields to face Bulawayo City this Saturday.

Relegation threatened Tsholotsho clash with Chapungu at Dulivadzimu while Yadah meet army side Black Rhinos who are firing blanks in front of goal at the National Sports Stadium.

Harare City who are basking in glory after booking a Chibuku Super Cup semi final berth, face Bantu Rovers at Rufaro with the tie between How Mine and Hwange concluding Saturday’s fixtures.

Caps United meet Triangle at the National Sports Stadium with the big tie between a visiting FC Platinum and Highlanders concluding Sunday’s fixtures.

Norman Mapeza’s charges FC Platinum will be praying for complacency to creep into the Bosso camp.

Mapeza is wary that a drop of points at this juncture of the league might spell doom for his title ambitions.