Benjamin Marere hit a brace as Dynamos drew level with Motor Action at the top of the Premier Soccer League standings on Sunday after dismissing FC Victoria at Mucheke Stadium.
Marere scored in the sixth minute of the match before Patrick Togara equalised for the hosts in the 36th minute.
Marere completed his brace three minutes after the breather with Nicholas Alifandika firing in a 20-metre drive in the 61st minute.
The win eased pressure on under-fire coach Elvis Chiweshe who had seen his side slump to identical 1-0 losses to former champions Gunners and Kiglon.
With leaders Motor Action failing to beat Highlanders at Motor Action Sports Club on Sunday, Dynamos has caught up with log leaders on 60 points with two games of the season to play.
The Mighty Bulls have a better goal difference, having scored 45 goals against 15. On the other hand, Dynamos have banged in 38 against 13.
In their last two matches, Dynamos will play relegation fighters Douglas Warriors and Black Mambas while the Bulls have tough dates against Lengthens and Caps United.
The highest tally that both the Bulls and Dynamos would reach-if they collect six points-is 66 and the winner will be decided on goal difference. The Bulls have a healthy +30 while Dynamos have +25.
Results at a glance
Sunday: Motor Action 0 – 0 Highlanders, FC Victoria 1-3 Dynamos, Eagles 1-4 Caps United, Gunners 0-2 Kiglon
Saturday: Bantu Rovers 0-0 Lengthens, Monomotapa 1-2 Hwange, Shooting Stars 3-1 Shabanie Mine, Douglas Warriors 1-1 Black Mambas