Four teams are still enjoying unbeaten run as the fifth round of the Mainland premiership league winds up this weekend.
Holders Simba, Azam FC, JKT Oljoro and Coastal Union have not lost a game so far. JKT Oljoro and Coastal Union have identical statistics as each drew thrice and won twice to attain a nine-point mark. They are separated by goal difference of one with the Arusha side edging Coastal Union.
Azam, who have a game in hand to wind up the fifth round against African Lyon tomorrow, trail holders Simba by three points.
The Chamazi-based side has an opportunity to leapfrog Simba should they post a win tomorrow and capitalize on goal aggregates.
Simba, who were held to a 1-1 draw with their archrivals Young Africans during the midweek fixture, are likely to be deposed from the leadership for the first time since the season kicked off mid last month.
Both Simba and Azam have drawn once to drop two points each.
Yanga and Mtibwa Sugar have each lost once with the later having one game in hand against newly promoted Tanzania prisons at the Sokoine Stadium in Mbeya on Sunday.
Sunday will be a busy day for the top flight teams as six matches are lined up in as many stadiums.
Simba, who have not travelled outside their base, host visiting Oljoro JKT at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Other matches for the day include Toto Africa who will be at home to visiting JKT Ruvu at their CCM Kirumba Stadium backyard while premiership new arrivals Mgambo JKT will be at home to Police Morogoro seeking their first point for the season.