The 2016 edition of the Chibuku Super Cup kick’s off today with Harare City taking on Border Strikers.
Harare City now under Moses Chunga are the defending champions and are keen to retain cup again.
Chunga will come up against Luke Masomere who takes charge of his first game since being appointed head coach of the struggling Beitbridge side
Winners of the tournament clinch $75 000 in prize money as well as a ticket to represent Zimbabwe in next year’s CAF Confederation Cup.
With the league title looking more like a 2 or 3 team race the Chibuku Super Cup presents a last chance for clubs to still clinch a major piece of silverware.
On Saturday and Sunday action continues with a number of interest match ups.
Harare City v Border Strikers
Ngezi Platinum v Hwange (Baobab)
FC Platinum v Chapungu (Mandava)
CAPS United v Tsholotsho (NSS)
ZPC Kariba v Bulawayo City (Nyamhunga)
Dynamos v How Mine (Rufaro)
Triangle v Chicken Inn (Gibbo)
Highlanders v Mutare City (Barbourfields)