Baroka boss: It's how you finish


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Bakgaga beat fellow strugglers Stars 2-1 at Peter Mokaba Stadium to move off the foot of the table into 15th spot with 21 points from 23 games.

However, bottom-placed Highlands can leap out of the drop zone with a positive result tonight against another relegation-threatened side in Ajax Cape Town.

"First three points at home and there's more still to come," Mammila told as his side snapped a 12-game winless run on home soil.

"We will finish strongly. Six points in two games already, we are now targeting four points in these coming two games. It's better to finish strongly than to start strongly."

Mammila is unfazed his club could return to the bottom of the standings this evening.

"We are looking more at our games. I told you bakhona abazolahla [some will lose focus and drop points]. It's easy for those who are on top of us to drop down than to go up looking at the games they still have to play."

Baroka next visit mid-table outfit Maritzburg United at Harry Gwala Stadium on Friday.

The Team of Choice will be minus Brian Onyango and Deolin Mekoa following their dismissals in last night's 2-0 loss at Orlando Pirates.