After dislodging the glamour boys from the summit of the domestic premiership log standings, Motor Action will be hoping to extend their lead for 72 hours, when they lock horns with defending league champions Gunners at Motor Action Sports Club on Saturday.
With the momentum clearly tilted in their favour, the Mighty Bulls who beat DeMbare 2-1 in their last encounter will be eyeing a victory which will hand them a 4-point lead at the top of the domestic premiership, while their opponents Chando Kupisa will be looking to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat to Eagles in what would put their title chase back on track.
Saturdayâ€™s other encounter will see highflying Eagles hosting Bulawayo giants Highlanders at Gwanzura stadium.
Bosso will again take to the field on Heroes Day when they clash with bottom placed Bantu Rovers at Barbourfields stadium.
Highlanders who have developed a bad record of being poor travelers after picking up just 1 point out of a possible 12, will be looking to bag maximum points and begin to make their way up the premiership ladder.
On the other hand Bantu Rovers who are staring relegation in the face will very well know that it is imperative to begin picking up points if they are to avoid the chop come end of season.
Dynamos son, Lloyd Mutasa will be looking to bite the hand that once fed him when his Kiglon outfit hosts DeMbare at Rufaro stadium on Defence Forces Day.
Elvis Chiweshe who has watched his side lose to TP Mazembe, Motor Action and Esperance in their last 3 appearances will be hoping that his side gets back to winning ways when they face Kiglon.