The Glamour Boys, who started their revival with a 2-0 midweek win over Buffaloes at Sakubva last Thursday, will be looking forward to turning the tables against a team that booted them out of the Bob 88 semifinals in Bulawayo in February.
The win in the Eastern Highlands city of Mutare relieved head coach Callisto Pasuwa as a section of DeMbare fans were calling for his head following the 6-0 drubbing in Tunisia by Esperance.
The Glamour Boys have played four matches winning three of them and losing one. They collected a total of nine points in the process. Pasuwa is hoping that chief striker Takesure Chinyama would have fully recovered after injuries dogged him.
On the other hand, the coal miners who salvaged a 2-all draw against Blue Rangers in yet another midweek fixture may cause problems in the DeMbare camp.
Hwange, who are on seventh position on the log table played five games, managed to win two, draw twice and lose once collecting a total of eight points.
Once again, DeMbare fans are in for a treat from Savanna through their programme of carrying fans to match venues free of charge.
Joint log leaders Shabanie Mine will make the long trip to Mutare to face Buffaloes at Sakubva. At 11 points, Chinda Boys are looking for nothing short of victory to keep pace with pacesetters Chicken Inn.
The army side will also be looking forward to collecting maximum points to ease pressure on their head coach Soul Chaminuka.
The club has managed a single win, a draw and three losses.
In a Harare derby, former Blue Rangers captain Brighton Tuwaya will captain his new side Harare City against his former paymasters at Gwanzura.
In Gweru, Hardbody will welcome Chicken Inn at Ascot to complete league action for this weekend.