Premiership action enters week 21 this weekend with the â€˜Battle of the cities Part 2â€™ set for Luveve Stadium on Sunday, while pacesetters Motor Action face a litmus test as they descend on the treacherous Maglas Stadium in the mining town of Zvishavane.
After christening Barbourfields Stadium â€˜a war zoneâ€™, Highlanders and its avid followers will descend on Luveve Stadium to face off with a Caps United side that dropped two crucial points against Gunners in a midweek fixture.
In a match dubbed â€˜Battle of the cities Part 2â€™, Highlanders will be aiming to continue from where they left when they dumped the Green Machine out of the Zaoga Charity Shield.
However, under Moses Chunga Caps United are yet to lose a league match.
While Luveve will be alive with emotion and tension, Shabanieâ€™s Maglas Stadium will be welcoming PSL pack leaders Motor Action for a tricky tie that will re-direct the course for the Mighty Bullsâ€™ championship race.Â
The same Sunday Dynamos will hope to resume â€˜operation catch up with Motor Actionâ€™ on a positive note when they clash with unpredictable Hwange at Rufaro Stadium.
Across town at the National Sports Stadium, defending champions Gunners host lengthens.
In Masvingo, it will be a battle of relegation troubled sides when FC Victoria play log anchors Bantu Rovers at Mucheke Stadium.
However, action begins on Saturday when Kiglon dates Eagles at Gwanzura Stadium, while Douglas Warriors entertain Monomotapa at Rudhaka.
Police side Black Mambas faces unpredictable Shooting Stars at Morris Depot as they try to negotiate their way from the relegation zone.