Bush Bucks coach Trott Moloto remains adamant his side can avoid relegation to the first division, despite two tough remaining fixtures against Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs.
Imbabala had the chance to get out of the relegation zone on Sunday when they came up against fellow strugglers Ajax Cape Town at Newlands but, having been reduced to 10 men with 30 minutes remaining, they could only hang on for a goalless draw.
The one point apiece means they remain stuck in the drop zone and, with no wins in 11 games, most people would argue their time in the Premier Soccer League is finished.
However, the former Bafana Bafana coach remains defiant and has called on his troops to come out fighting in their final two games.
This race is far from over, he said after Sundays match. We have two matches to go and so have Ajax. It appears to be a straight fight between us for the second relegation place.
I will take the positives out of this match and build on it. I was pleased with the commitment showed by the boys when we were down to 10 men. That's the spirit I'll be calling on for the matches against Kaizer Chiefs and Sundowns.
Fortunately, both fixtures are at home. It gives us a better chance of success. We are going to fight till the bitter end.
Ajax have equally tough games remaining, having to face Jomo Cosmos at home on Wednesday, before travelling to Sundowns for the final match.
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