BANTU Rovers will be gunning for maximum points when they face Sizani Fruits&Veg in a Zifa Southern Region Division One Football League match at Portuguese Club tomorrow as the fight for a ticket for a place into the Premiership draws to an end.
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The Reuben Tsengwa-coached side will be eyeing a return to the Premiership and retaining the top spot at the weekend after beating Zimbabwe Saints 2-0 at Luveve Stadium last Saturday.
“Tshintsha Guluva” have amassed 60 points from 30 games, but are facing a challenge from second-placed How Mine on 59 points, while ZPC Hwange have 58 points from the same number of games.
How Mine take on Projects in the gold mining town tomorrow, while ZPC Hwange meet Hwange Juniors in the coal mining town tomorrow.
ZPC Hwange and How Mine will be closely monitoring Bantu Rovers’ result as any slip-up by Tsengwa and his charges could work to their advantage.
Bantu Rovers will wrap up the league with a date against relegated Hwange-based Rufaro Rovers at Luveve Stadium. How Mine will square up against police side Black Boots, while ZPC Hwange will meet Projects.
In other matches, Zimbabwe Saints will lock horns with Tsholotsho at Zim Saints Sports Club, while Bulawayo Chiefs host New West in Plumtree tomorrow.
Relegated Rufaro Rovers meet Ntabazinduna in Hwange, while Division Two-bound Makhandeni Pirates clash with Mpumalanga at Raylton Sports Club tomorrow. On Sunday, Railstars will take on Black Boots at Raylton Sports Club.