BANTU Rovers will be avoiding a slip-up when they clash with former Premiership side Zimbabwe Saints at Luveve Stadium tomorrow in a Zifa Southern Region Division League.
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Bantu Rovers are second on the log table with 57 points from 29 games and trail log leaders How Mine by a point from the same number of games.
How Mine will take on Hwange Juniors in Hwange tomorrow.
The gold mining team, How Mine, shot to the top spot after beating Tsholotsho 2-1 last Saturday, while Bantu lost out on a chance to reclaim the top spot after playing a goalless draw with Ntabazinduna on the same day.
In another match, third-placed championship contenders ZPC Hwange will travel to Plumtree for a date with Bulawayo Chiefs.
ZPC Hwange were inactive last week, but lost the top spot to How Mine.
Mpumalanga lock horns with Railstars in Hwange. Mpumalanga will be hoping to bounce back after succumbing to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Zimbabwe Saints last Saturday.
Railstars are placed fourth with 52 points from 29 games, while Mpumalanga are on position 10 with 39 points from the same number of games.
Elsewhere, Sizani Fruits&Veg and Power Cosmos lock horns at Portuguese Club, while Tsholotsho host Rufaro Rovers in Tsholotsho.
New West clash with Makhandeni Pirates at Luveve Stadium.
Projects, Makhandeni Pirates, Sizani Fruits&Veg and Rufaro Rovers, occupy the last four slots in the league.