After a World Cup induced one month break, the domestic premiership springs back to life with Motor Action looking to reduce Dynamosâ€™ 5 point lead at the summit of the log standings to two points when they host Black Mambas at Motor Action Sports Club on Saturday.
The game though will not be easy for the Mighty Bulls since they will face a wounded Black Mambas outfit languishing at the bottom of the log and still to register a victory in the season so far.
Madinda Ndlovu who was named Mambasâ€™ Director of Coaching will be in the hunt for better fortunes which could see Warumwa Warumwa start climbing up the Premiership ladder.
In another encounter penciled in for Saturday, premiership new boys Douglas Warriors will be seeking to continue with their rich vein in form that has seen them picking up 10 points out of a possible 15 when they date Kiglon at Gwanzura stadium.
Bulawayo giants, Highlanders will be desperately looking for their first win away from home when they battle it out with 2008 league champions, Monomotapa at Rufaro stadium this Saturday.