The battle for premiership survival has hit a boiling point with four teams set to face the dreaded chop.
Premiership returnees, Bantu Rovers might be having their last Premier Soccer League (PSL) supper this weekend when they lock horns with Harare City at Rufaro stadium.
Bantu Rovers are rooted at the basement of the league with a paltry 13 points from 27 outings.
Harare City head coach, Philani Ncube said he has enough respect for the Bulawayo side who might come to the occasion in their quest for premiership survival.
With a string of poor results, it remains to be seen whether the Methembe Ndlovu coached outfit, which has produced exceptional players in Bukhosi Sibanda’ calibre will turn the tables in their fight for a premiership dance next season.
Mathematically, Bantu who are sitting on 13 points from 3 wins, 4 draws and 20 losses are chasing for the 21 points at stake to take their tally to 34 points and pray for other teams like Shabanie, Hwange and Tsholotsho who are stuck in the murky waters of relegation do not collect any points.