CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League action will on Saturday enter Week Five with potentially exciting fixtures.
Joey Antipasa�� Chicken Inn will on Saturday make the long trip to Marondera for a top of the table clash against log leaders Ngezi Platinum Stars at Baboab Stadium.
Ngezi Platinum Stars are sitting on the apex of the log standings with 12 points, two ahead of Chicken Inn who have won three games and drew once.
The Gamecocks are tied at 10 points together with second-placed FC Platinum who are set to take on Chapungu at Ascot Stadium.
On song Highlanders will be looking forward to seeing their men-of-the-moment MacClive Phiri, Ozias a�?Ozizia�? Zibande and Nigel Makumbe continue to weave some magic when they entertain newboys Nichrut at Barbourfields Stadium.
Bosso are coming from a morale booster 1-0 win that saw them account for their old time sworn enemies Dynamos courtesy of a Zibande first half strike on Monday.
Bruised DeMbare have a tricky tie against unpredictable ZPC Kariba at Nyamhunga Stadium. Newbies Bulawayo Chiefs meet Mark Harrison mentored Harare City in the capital.
Bulawayo City will seek to utilise home advantage when they do battle against Black Rhinos at Emagumeni on Saturday.
National Sports Stadium will be the venue for the game between Yadah FC and struggling Triangle United.
CAPS United will lock horns with Herentals who recently stunned ZPC Kariba to register their first league triumph.
Stubborn Shabanie Mine have a date against league returnees Mutare City at Maglas Stadium to complete the leaguea��s week five fixtures programme.
MatchDay Five Fixtures
Harare City FC Vs Bulawayo Chiefs FC ( Rufaro), ZPC Kariba FC Vs Dynamos FC (Nyamhunga), Bulawayo City FC Vs Black Rhinos FC( Barbourfields), Yadah FC Vs Triangle United FC (National Sports Stadium), Ngezi Platinum FC Vs Chicken Inn FC (Baobab)
Caps United FC Vs Herentals FC (National Sports Stadium), Shabanie Mine FC Vs Mutare City FC (Maglas), Chapungu FC Vs FC Platinum (Ascot), Highlanders FC Vs Nichrut FC (Barbourfields Stadium).