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Baroka need only 3 points for remaining 2 games

Baroka FC edged closer to automatic promotion after overpowering Witbank Spurs 1-0, Highlands Park all but qualified for the play-offs following a 2-0 success over Black Leopards, while Mbombela United grabbed third spot with a thrilling 5-3 win over relegation-threatened African Warriors.

In addition, Vasco da Gama look safe for another season after severely damaging Royal Eagles’ promotion challenge and Santos beat Moroka Swallows 1-0 to move away from the dreaded drop zone.

Bakgaga, thanks to a late Ayanda Jwara strike, now have fifty nine points in the bag, three more than the Lions of the North, and with just two games to go, including an a away fixture on Wednesday against struggling Warriors, are in prime position for a spot in the lucrative PSL.

Goals from Mothobi Mvala and Samukelo Nkosi mean that Highlands have secured a six-point cushion over their nearest rivals, Mbombela, who leapfrogged both Eagles and Siyavutha after the eight-goal thriller at Kanyamazane Stadium.

Tingwenyama, for whom Lebogang Maboe, Bheki Maliba, Victor Shongwe, Siyethemba Mnguni and Mlungisi Nkosi netted, therefore have a good opportunity of a second successive promotion, whereas Warriors look doomed.

Vasco, with a goal in each half by Stanley Muishond and Jarrod Moroole, easily beat John Tlale’s depleted-looking side in Parow to overtake FC Cape Town on goal difference following their 2-0 defeat to Cape Town All Stars.

Thembinkosi Lorch and Paseka Mako netted for Igugu Lekapa.

The match between AmaZulu and Milano United ended with Eezy my Kinnes sneaking home 1-0 as Gregory Roelf struck his 7th of the campaign.

Boebie Solomons’ outfit therefore maintained 6th position but are three points adrift of Mbombela.

It was end-to-end stuff at Athlone Stadium, where Santos pipped the Birds thanks to a penalty from their captain, Tyren Arendse.

The crucial encounter between Thanda Royal Zulu and Mthatha Bucks has been postponed until Tuesday after severe weather left the Umhlathuze Sport Complex in Richards Bay badly flooded.
Sphamandla Ntshokotsha

Sphamandla Ntshokotsha

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