THE PSL title race is set for a photo finish with any of the top four teams – Dynamos, Ngezi Platinum and FC Platinum – in with a chance to win the league at the end of the campaign.
Only six matches remain before the end of the season.
Over the weekend, Ngezi Platinum beat Bulawayo City 1-0 on Saturday to reduce the gap between them and log leaders Dynamos to one point.
FC Platinum also overcame Bulawayo giants Highlanders 2-1 at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday to take their points on level with Ngezi Platinum.
Meanwhile, Dynamos lead the chasing pack with 57 points after they were held to a 1-1 draw against ZPC Kariba at Nyamhunga.
Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa said it was still an open race.
“I think it’s an open race. All the three top teams have a big chance to win it,” said Mutasa whose team host Tsholotsho on Wednesday.
“The main motivation is the difference in points and it’s highly unlikely that the fourth team will come through at this stage and win the championship.”
Ngezi Platinum travel to Chapungu on Wednesday, with midfielder Tichaona Mabvura who has been away in South Africa on trials at Ajax Cape Town set to be part of the travelling team.
Wednesday: Bantu Rovers FC v ZPC Kariba (Luveve), How Mine v Bulawayo City, FC Platinum v Shabanie (Mandava), Chapungu v Ngezi (Ascot), Hwange v Yadah (Colliery), Dynamos v Tsholotsho (NSS)
Thursday: Triangle v Highlanders, Black Rhinos v Caps United, Chicken Inn v Harare City (Luveve)