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HARARE - Harare side Motor Action once again failed to take advantage of Highlanders' slip up when they were held to a 0-0 draw by Lancashire Steel in a Premier Soccer League match at Baghdad Stadium in Kwekwe on Sunday.
With Highlanders only managing a 2-2 draw with Railstars in a city derby at

Barbourfields Stadium, Motor Action failed to capitalize and close the gap on the struggling log leaders.
Highlanders came back from behind to lead Railstars 2-1 at some point but the city rivals came back strongly to equalise with a few minutes to go to full time.
Elsewhere, Shooting Stars continued to struggle and are now in real danger of being relegated after they were beaten 4-2 by Hwange at the Colliery.
Hwange raced into an early 2-0 lead only for Shooting Stars to come back strongly to level the scores early in the second half.
But the pressure from the home team proved too much and they succumbed to two late goals. In Zvishavane, Moses Chunga continued to struggle at the helm of champions CAPS when the Harare giants were soundly beaten 2-0 by relegation candidates Shabanie Mine at Maglas Stadium.
The defeat comes soon after CAPS were knocked out of the CBZ Cup by Division One side, Lengthens, piling the pressure on the former Dynamos coach.
Harare giants Dynamos virtually sent Zimbabwe Saints to Division One with a commanding 4-1 win at Rufaro Stadium.
In Gweru, Chapungu edged Monomotapa 1-0 at Ascot Stadium while Buymore beat Masvingo United 2-1 at Gwanzura Stadium on Saturday. – ZimOnline

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