Former Premiership soccer side Chapungu collide with Hardbody in a Gweru derby in the Zifa Central Region Division One League Saturday at Ascot Stadium.
Both teams are in the top four on the log table and victory for either side means a stride towards closing the seven-point gap created by runaway leaders Mimosa.
After results of the now-defunct BOC Gases were nullified early this week, Chapungu are enjoying life on second spot while Hardbody are third.
The two teams share the same number of points but the airmen have the benefit of a superior goal difference.
At Mandava Stadium, Mimosa host CMED Justice in what looks like an easy ride for the platinum miners. CMED anchor the log table with a paltry six points.
Gweru Pirates engage seventh-placed army side Tongogara at Mkoba Stadium Saturday.
The Peter Manoti-coached outfit is one point behind Chapungu and Hardbody with 23 points and are perched on fourth spot.
Air Stars take on McInn at Rutendo Stadium while Silo United date Chrome Stars in a Kwekwe derby at Mbizo Stadium.
Ziscosteel and Mateta meet at Torwood Stadium with both sides already struggling for survival in the league.
On Sunday, Big Valley Masters travel to Redcliff to take on Rutendo Stars for their second match after the World Cup break.
The Masters had a woeful resumption of league duty last weekend when they were beaten 3-2 by Silo.
Tomorrow: Hardbody vs Chapungu (Ascot Stadium); Mimosa vs CMED Justice (Mandava); Gweru Pirates vs Tongogara (Mkoba Stadium); Air Stars vs McInn (Rutendo Stadium); Silo United vs Chrome Stars (Mbizo Stadium); Ziscosteel vs Mateta (Torwood Stadium)
Sunday: Rutendo Stars vs BVM (Rutendo Stadium)