Former Premiership side Railstars have a chance to close in on pacesetters Quelaton in the Zifa Buscod Southern Division One Soccer League when they meet Ntabazinduna Prison in Ntabazinduna Saturday.
Njanji are on second spot on the log-table with 23 points, three behind Quelaton who meet Makhandeni Pirates at Luveve Stadium on Sunday.
Last week, Railstars beat Power Cosmos 1-0 at Raylton Sports Club while Ntabazinduna were on the receiving end losing 2-1 to struggling Zambezi Lions in Victoria Falls.
Railstars are favourites to win the match while Quelaton meet a much-improved Makhandeni Pirates who beat police side Black Boots at White City Stadium last weekend.
Hwange Juniors play Mpumalanga at the Colliery tomorrow afternoon after the former lost 3-1 to Quelaton last week with the latter cruising past How Mine in an identical scoreline.
Another former Premiership side Bantu Rovers host Kujatana-Victoria Falls United at Hartsfield United on Sunday.
Struggling sides Makokoba City Warriors and Zambezi Lions clash at Raylton Sports Club Saturday afternoon.
Power Cosmos and ZPC Hwange contest in the coal-mining town on Sunday while Black Boots entertain New West City at Fairbridge Saturday afternoon.
Victoria Falls side Sao Paulo play host to How Mine in the resort town Thursday.