By Larry Trusida
Warriors’ captain Knowledge Musona’s KAS Eupen take on Kortrijk this Saturday in the Belgian Pro league, with the Warriors captain looking to further boost his fitness as he prepares to come home and lead the national team in back to back AFCON qualifiers.
The Pro league teams agreed to allow players to travel back to their nations.
In Turkey, Teenage Hadebe’s, Yeni Malatyaspor will be looking for nothing short of victory against Gaziantep as they seat two points above the relegation zone with eight rounds of matches remaining before the end of the season.
The DSTV Premiership returns this weekend, with Divine Lunga looking to continue with his outstanding form as his Golden Arrows side hosts Cape Town City this Saturday, while his club and country teammate Knox Mutizwa will also been sharpening his skills ahead of national team assignments.
On Sunday, Khama Billiat is set to bounce back into the Kaizer Chiefs line up as they face bitter rivals Orlando Pirates in the Soweto derby.
On his opposite side will be Terrence Dzukamanja who was also nursing an injury but has been certified fit enough to be selected for the team.
Red hot Ovidy Karuru will need to be at his best as Black Leopards host champions Mamelodi Sundowns in the last match of the weekend.
In Zambia, Zesco United’s match has been postponed meaning Warriors midfielders Tafadzwa Rusike and the returning Thabani Kamusoko will be in the national team camp this Saturday.