Dynamos have gone for three games without a win and will be hoping to pick up maximum points when they face Triangle away at Gibbo Stadium this afternoon.

The Glamour Boys have managed only three wins in this campaign. They currently sit in the 12th position with 14 points.

United, on the other hand, have registered four of their six wins this season at the venue. With 23 points on 7th place, the Sugar Boys will be hoping to post another home victory, but that will not come easy as their record against Dembare is not impressive. Triangle are yet to beat their opponents in a league match since they got promotion in 2013.

Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa who was reinstated last week will not be available after he travelled with the Warriors squad to South Africa for COSAFA Cup.

In Harare, CAPS United host Mutare City Rovers at the National Sports Stadium.

Makepekepe have won in their recent two games and will be hoping to maintain that consistency.

Rodwell Dhlakama will be in charge of Rovers for the first time after taking over from Joseph Takaringofa who was relieved of his duties due to poor results. The Eastern Highlands side are anchoring the table with just eight points.

Elsewhere, Chapungu face ZPC Kariba at Ascot Stadium while log leaders Ngezi Platinum Stars visit Bulawayo Chiefs at Luveve Stadium.

Madamburo are level on points after second-placed FC Platinum picked up a win yesterday.

CAPS United vs Mutare City Rovers (National Sports Stadium)
Chapungu vs ZPC Kariba (Ascot Stadium)
Bulawayo Chiefs vs Ngezi Platinum Stars (Luveve Stadium)
Triangle United vs Dynamos (Gibbo Stadium)

*All matches start at 3 pm.