CAPS United return to Barbourfields for a second time within a month when they visit Tsholotsho on Sunday.
Their last trip to Barbourfields was a 1-0 win over Highlanders on March 3.
It is also the first game for Caps United since Farai Jere took over as club president.
With players having been paid their outstanding salaries, Coach Mark Harrison might find no excuses in case of a defeat.
“Things are at least better at the club and it is now time to start collecting points. I still maintain that we are not fighting for re league title,” Harrison said.
“We just want to end the season on a respectable position. Remember this is the first year of our three-season project. We will start talking about the championship after three years. But we just hope to do well on Sunday.”
United face a Tsholotsho side that almost pulled an upset in Monday’s 0-0 with Dynamos in Harare.
“I know Tsholotsho are a good side. They beat Harare City away and almost stunned Dynamos. I do not look at them as a small team,” Harrison said.
Caps have 16 points from 11 games while Taholotsho are in the relegation zone.
Saturday Results: Chicken Inn FC 3-0 Buffaloes FC, FC Platinum 2-2 Highlanders FC, Flame Lily FC 1-2 Dongo Sawmill FC
Sunday Fixtures: How Mine FC v ZPC Kariba FC (Luveve Stadium), Whawha FC v Hwange FC (Ascot Stadium), Tsholotsho FC v Caps United (White City Stadium), Dynamos FC v Triangle United (National Sports Stadium)