Zifa Buscod Southern Region Division One football log leaders Quelaton have what looks like an easy encounter when they take on Makokoba City Warriors at White City Stadium on Saturday.
Quelaton top the log standings with 52 points in 22 matches while City Warriors are second from the bottom of the 16-team league log with 17 points.
City Warriors have only won four matches, drawn five times and have 13 losses while the log leaders have won 16 games, drawn four times and lost twice.
Quelaton coach Thulani Sibanda said City Warriors were a potentially dangerous team.
“Makokoba are second from the bottom of the log, but we know the threat they pose because they were the first team to beat us at home,” he said.
In other matches, second-placed Railstars square off against Mpumalanga at Raylton Sports Club.
The Mandla Mpofu-coached team trail Quelaton by six points while Mpumalanga is on position 11 with 26 points.
In another match set for tomorrow, Bantu Rovers have a date with Black Boots at Hartsfield.
The former Premiership side lost three points when they went down 3-1 to Quelaton at Luveve Stadium last Saturday.
ZPC Hwange and Zambezi Lions clash in the mining town of Hwange on Saturday.
ZPC Hwange are on position four on the log with 39 points while Zambezi Lions are third from the bottom with 18 points.
Fifth-placed Hwange Juniors clash with Ntabazinduna in Ntabazinduna while troubled Kujatana-Victoria Falls face How Mine in the gold-mining town on Saturday. Kujatana Victoria Falls woes continued last Saturday when they lost 2-1 to Sao Paulo.
They are bottom of the log with a paltry 11 points collected in 22 outings while How Mine are on position seven with 30 points.
Makhandeni Pirates travel to Hwange to do battle against Power Cosmos while in the last match of the day, Sao Paulo meet New West in the resort town of Victoria Falls.