Zimbabwean soccer fans were anxiously awaiting the outcome of Saturday's match between Monomotapa, currently leading the Premier Soccer League, and Caps United, which is among the teams considered to be at risk of relegation this season.
Gunners meanwhile was to face Eastern Lions in another Saturday match.
On Sunday, Dynamos was to take on arch-rival Highlanders at Rufaro Stadium in Harare.
Monomotapa is at the top of the PSL log with 50 points, followed by Njube Sundowns with 38. Highlanders is tied with Dynamos for third place with 37 points each.
Caps Football Club is occupying the basement with 23 points, Gunners is second from last with 26 points and Eastern Lions, Caps United and Lancashire Steel are tied at 27, all haunted by the possibility of relegation with fewer than 10 games remaining.
Sports commentator Michael Kariati told reporter Marvellous Mhlanga-Nyahuye that the match with Caps United is important to Monomotapa to secure its hold on the title.
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