AFTER conquering their traditional rivals Simba on Saturday, Young Africans are set to regroup today to resume training sessions ahead of their remaining two league fixtures.

They expect to entertain Ihefu on July 14th at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar es Salaam before traveling to face Dodoma Jiji at Jamhuri Stadium in Dodoma on July 18th for their last fixture of the campaign.

Should Yanga manage to shine in both matches, they will finish the season with 76 points from 34 encounters hence bagging the remaining six points will be a very important thing for the club.

As their traditional rivals Simba are certain to defend the league title for the fourth time in a row, Yanga want not to lose their grip on the second place which will give them a chance to play in CAF Champions League next season.

Practically, the Jangwani Street based club cannot be prevented from ending the season as runners up since Azam who are third on the table with 64 points from 32 outings, if they win all their upcoming two duels, they will reach 70 points.

However, speaking yesterday, the club’s Information Officer Hassan Bumbuli said the marathon towards the league title are not yet over until the season finishes.

“Our target was to first claim three points from the current league leaders (Simba) and thereafter, counting down to the championship should continue.

“After a brief break, our players will regroup on Wednesday (today) to restart preparations of the incoming matches. We do not expect to have another break until we play in the finals of Azam Sports Federation Cup (ASFC) on July 25th in Kigoma,” he said.