Story by Anashe Murombedzi
THE Premier Soccer League Match Day four concluded at the National Sports Stadium this Monday with a share of the spoils between Harare giants Dynamos and Cranborne Bullets in a nil-all draw.
With a blue and white crowd painting some of the bays at the National Sports Stadium, Dynamos was uninspiring and there was nothing to celebrate after another share of spoils with army side Cranborne Bullets.
Last week, the Harare giants had their first draw with new boys Simba Bhora.
While an exciting competition to claim pole position in the league is still on, DeMbare slumped behind to let CAPS United feel the summit of the league.
Makepekepe beat Black Rhinos 2-nil to increase their tally to 10 and move to the top.
Smiles are also widening up for defending champions FC Platinum who now have nine points after a 2-1 win over Bulawayo Chiefs.
Bulawayo giants Highlanders have eight points, the same tally as Dynamos to complete the top four.
Hwange and ZPC Kariba have seven points each on fifth and sixth position, a point above Chicken Inn, while Triangle with five points seals the top eight.
Manica Diamonds follow on ninth with five points.
Ngezi Platinum, Yadah, Simba Bhora, and Black Rhinos have four points apiece, while Herentals on three seats above the relegation zone.
Sheasham on three, Bulawayo Chiefs and Cranborne on two points each, and Green Fuel who have a point are sitting at the bottom of the table.