A battle is set to ensue in the small mining town of Kwekwe in the Zifa Central Region League Division One when Tongogara host ZRP Beitbridge.
The two teams played one of the best matches in the reverse fixture when they drew two all in a match which was played at Dulibadzimu Stadium.
ZRP Beitbridge have been playing some entertaining football which saw them occupy third position on the log and are still considered to be favourites to clinch the ticket to next yeara��s premier league.
When the two teams penned it out in Beitbridge the policemen were looking to halt the soldiers as they were on a good run of form which saw them being table leaders for four weeks.
This time around the tides have changed as ZRP Beitbridge have been the dominant team as they are yet to taste defeat in recent games.
They have gone for eight games unbeaten while Tongogara have since been on the decline as they slipped from the top of the table to sixth position in a space of just three weeks.
The Beitbridge-based security forces will seek to collect maximum points again on the road as they have been doing throughout the season and make sure they remain on course for a maiden and historic championship.
However, the policeman will have to walk out of the Battlefields ground which has been one of the most feared grounds in the Central Region as Tongogara have been a menace and proven that any team coming to play against them should be at their very best.
Tongongara vs ZRP Beitbridge (Battlefields), Chrome Stars vs F C Platinum (Mbizo), Vumbachikwe vs Gaths Mine (Pelandaba), MSU vs Chemumvuri Pirates (MSU)
Whawha vs Silo (Whawha), Gweru City vs Nkayi United (Wilson fields)