The Bulawayo giants, who drew 0-0 with city rivals, Chicken Inn Sunday, will be seeking to make it three out of three in tough away fixtures, after they steam-rolled past Midlands giants – Shabanie Mine 2-0 and FC Platinum 3-1 in earlier fixtures.
Bosso remain the only unbeaten side in the league, with seven wins and two draws thus far and will be looking for a win against the Mighty Bulls, their former punching bags whom they have found very difficult to beat in recent years.
The Mighty Bulls have already “played” two of the traditional giants – losing 2-0 to Caps United in a boardroom decision and drawing 0-0 with Dynamos. They will be out to end the Bosso juggernaut, which has rolled unchallenged since the season began.
The Harare team goes into the game on the back of a 3-0 win over struggling police side, Black Mambas in a Harare derby.
Motor Action vs Highlanders; Chicken Inn vs Hwange; Blue Rangers vs FC Platinum; Quelation vs Hardbody; Gunners vs Dynamos; Harare City vs Black Mambas; CAPS United vs Buffaloes; Shabanie Mine vs Monomatapa United.Post published in: Football