Simba moved two points clear at the top of Ligi Kuu and warmed up for next game against rivals, Azam, by easing to a 4-0 win at home to Singida United with doubles from Emmnuel Okwi, Shiza Kichuya and Asante Kwesi.
In the game which was officiated by Jacob Adongo as a referee, Simba were leading by 2-0 in the half time.
Shiza Kichuya hit the back of the net in 3 minutes before Asante Kwasi scored his first ever goal for Simba in the 25th minute to help The Reds thrash Singida United 4-0 and seal a comfortable home win.
Kichuya scored an opener for Simba in the third minute finishing the free kick from Mwinyi Kazimoto, after John Raphale Bocco was brought down outside the Singida box.
Singida United were looking for an equaliser but Erasto Nyoni maintained a solid defense for Simba all the time as the host dominated the game.
However, Kwasi then took over with a virtuoso performance, sealing his first goal at the club with a perfectly placed strike from the edge of the area over Peter Manyika who came out of the goal.
In the 65th minute of the game, Simba coach made a change, Emmanuel Okwi came in for Muzamiru Yassin and the attacker managed to hit the back of the net twice in seven minutes.
Okwi slotted a generous cutback from Kichuya into an open goal in the 75th minute to deservedly put Simba ahead.
The Ugandan then scored his tenth goal in the league this season by firing in a Saidi Ndemla cross from inside the area eight minutes to stoppage.
Simba has 29 points following this win after 13 games, seven points ahead of the champions, Young Africans and two points ahead of Azam in the second place with 27 points.