As the new Premier Soccer League (PSL) season set to explode this weekend, football fans are keeping their fingers crossed on what to expect this season for a league that has gone to the wire for two consecutive years.

Football fans are looking forward to an exciting and competitive season full of fair play.

Basing their facts on past records which have seen the league go for the wire for two consecutive seasons in 2016 and 2017, the fans believe this season might also be filled with thrills and more goals.

Last season saw only two teams Dynamos and Bantu Rovers managing to overcome half dozen goals.

DeMbare ran riot over How Nine handing the now defunct side 6-nil drubbing, while the now relegated Tshintsha Guluva gave new comers, Yadah Stars a 7-2 baptism of fire at Luveve stadium.

Despite fans being taken into the world of imagination on what to expect this coming season, the PSL is also involved in intensive preparations for the new season.

The two day club licensing workshop is set for Harare tomorrow (Thursday) and Friday to give clubs a full induction on the 2018 season competition rules and guidelines.

PSL Communications Officer, Kudzai Bare said the workshop will delve much on club licensing issues as well as offer an induction to new clubs in the PSL on competition rules and what is generally expected from them.