CAPS United and Highlanders return to action today after they clashed in a blockbuster in Harare on Thursday.
Bosso will host Black Rhinos in a match-day 30 encounter scheduled for Barbourfields Stadium.
The Bulawayo giants are still smarting away from the 3-1 Thursday defeat and are hopping to make mends this afternoon. They face a tricky side which has brought misery upon them in recent meetings. Tshilamoya lost two of the recent ties against Rhinos, the latest being the first leg in this season.
Their confidence will boosted by the fact that Chauya Chipembere have failed to collect maximum points away since September.
Nonetheless, they should be worried on how they will keep a clean sheet considering Lot Chiwunga’s prowess on goal. The 30 year old striker is among top goal scorers with 14 goals.
Meanwhile, the two teams are separated by two points on the table and a win for the army side will see them move above their nemesis. Rhinos goalkeeper Herbert Rusawo will not be available for selection due to suspension.
At National Sports Stadium, CAPS United will be looking to extend their unbeaten league run to eight matches when they host Hwange.
The encounter promises to be a an exciting one as the visitors are fighting relegation. It’s hard to tell which side the pendulum will swing as the tie has been dominated by draws of late.
With 30 points and sitting on 16th position, Chipangano will keep alive their hopes of moving out of relegation zone if they mange to pick up a victory. The match will be shown on SuperSport TV.
Shabanie Mine is another team that is fighting relegation and they play at home to Triangle United while and another relegation threatened Tsholotsho face an already relegated Bantu Rovers at Dulivhadzimo Stadium in Beitbridge.
29 October 2017
Highlanders vs Black Rhinos (Barbourfields Stadium)
CAPS United vs Hwange (National Sports Stadium – SuperSport)
Tsholotsho vs Bantu Rovers (Dulivhadzimo Stadium)
Shabanie Mine vs Triangle United (Maglas Stadium)
*All matches start at 3pm.