ZPC Kariba face Forrester

HARARE - ZPC Kariba will be aiming to consolidate their position at the top of Zifa Northern Region Division One league table when they take on struggling Forrester at Chaminuka Stadium on Saturday.
Thirty-two points separate the two teams with pacesetters ZPC Kariba sitting on 44 points from 22 games while Forrester are bottom of the log with 12 points from 23 games.

ZPC have the same points with Flame Lily, but the Kariba side have a superior goal different.

Flame Lilly won the uniformed forces battle when they beat ZRP Morris 2-1 on Wednesday to maintain pressure on the log leaders.

The Harare-based prison service outfit Flame Lily embark on yet another tricky assignment when they host DC Academy at Chikurubi.

Flame Lily, who now have some former Premiership players in their ranks, have bright chances of promotion into the Premiership next season.

Veteran goalkeeper Edmore Hamandishe and former Dynamos defender Dominic Benati are some of the players who now turn-out for the prison side.

The battle for supremacy between former Premiership sides will explode tomorrow when Gunners clash against Blue Rangers at Lafarge.

Blue Rangers are just one point behind Gunners and both teams will be looking to continue with their recent mini-revival.

High-flying Mushowani Stars will be looking to maintain pressure on the leading pack when they host Commando Bullets at Trojan.


Saturday: Gunners v Blue Rangers (Lafarge), Flame Lilly v DC Academy (Chikurubi), Twalumba v JMC Academy (Dzivarasekwa), ZPC Kariba v Forrester (Chaminuka), Chegutu v Lake Harvest (Pfupajena), Mushowani Stars v Commando Bullets (Trojan), Banket v DStv Rangers (Banket)

Sunday: Power Master v Jumbo (Ngoni), Starbill v ZRP Morris (Hellenics).

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