For Motor Action, the quest to win their first-ever league championship is the real dealmotivation for Joey Antipas’ men.
As they prepare to face Shooting Stars at Motor Action Sports Club this afternoon, there is no doubt Stars could just be another victim waiting to be devoured.
“We haven’t lost a game at home this season and I don’t see us losing tomorrow, (today),” quipped Antipas Friday.
Motor Action are leading the Premiership race with 41 points, nine more than second-placed Dynamos, although the Harare giants have three games in hand.
The Mighty Bulls have won all their seven home games and with the way they are playing, many opposition teams will find it difficult to break that streak.
Dynamos will not have a chance to close the gap this weekend as they are playing Tunisian giants Esperance in the Orange Caf Champions League final group match at Rufaro this afternoon.
A win for the Mighty Bulls would extend their lead to a massive 12 points.
“We have respect for all our opponents. We treat every game as a new game. We are in a good position at the moment and I have told my players not to get complacent if we want to win the game (against Shooting Stars) and the championship,” said Antipas.
Antipas said Shooting Stars would be difficult opponents considering that they were battling to move out of the relegation zone.
Shooting Stars are currently on position 12 with just 15 points from 14 games, and are in danger of relegation after the PSL resolution last week that four teams would be chopped come December.