The 15th round of the Mainland premier football league continues tomorrow with three matches to be played in as many venues.
To billing will be between pace makers Young Africans and visiting Mtibwa Sugar to be played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Other matches will be between relegation-haunted teams of Police Morogoro and African Lyon at the Jamhuri Stadium in Morogoro while Mgambo JKT will be at home to visiting Ruvu Shooting at the Mkwakwani Stadium in Tanga.
Holders Simba will be at home to troubled JKT Ruvu in Dar es Salaam while Coastal Union entertain Tanzania Prisons at the Mkwakwani on Sunday.
The match between Yanga and Mtibwa Sugar will be focused by most of the premiership followers owing to the fact that the hosts lost heavily (3-0) during the first leg last year in Morogoro.
Fans will be interested to see whether the giant killers, who also triumphed over holders Simba in their first leg, will be able to underline their supremacy again.
Should Mtibwa beat Yanga it will be another upset for the second half of the season that kicked off on January 26. Other title contenders Azam and Simba will be on the sidelines to watch how the match will end to weigh their title aspiration strategies.
Yanga are on top of the standings table with 32 points opening a two-point gap over second placed Azam FC who have already played one more game.