Highlanders strongly protested against being denied a goal in a tension-filled Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
Highlanders supporters, who were in the stadium, believe that the referee Norman Matemera robbed them of a share of the points.
Matches between the two sides are considered among the biggest in African football and thousands of people are expected to watch the match.
A 2-0 victory over the Comoros at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday gave the Warriors a head start in their quest for a third qualification in the Africa Nations Championships to be held in Rwanda.
The win comes a week after the Warriors beat Malawi in a Group L Africa Cup of Nations match after travelling 604.5 kilometers by road, just a few hours before the match in Blantrye.
“Initially we had pegged those gate charges at $3 but having realized that people, their disposable income had gone down, and also including cracks in the economy, we have seen $2 to be affordable to the football fraternity.”
Zimbabwe’s sports teams have given fans something they have not seen lately – victory from Zimbabwe’s rugby and soccer teams!
Warriors workhorse, Khama Billiat, scored the winner in the 83rd minute after John Banda had leveled the scoreline in the first half.
The Warriors had been scheduled to leave Thursday morning but this was not to be after they went on strike demanding to be paid $500 in advance as appearance fees.
Tens of thousands of people were there at Borrowdale Racecourse at the weekend to witness not their own home grown horses but South African horses battle for $40,000.
"We concur with Minister Mbalula’s statement that, to our knowledge, the South African Government did not make any payment from Government ..."
Some club fans and political observers claim that Dube is allegedly trying to use the club’s popularity to gain political mileage.