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Bidvest Wits will pull out all the stops to cement their Absa Premiership top eight spot when they face the unpredictable Moroka Swallows at Milpark Stadium tomorrow at 3pm.

Wits coach Roger de Sa told Sowetan yesterday they were prepared to give their supporters an early Christmas party by beating Swallows.

"We promise to leave no stone unturned to make sure we wrap-up the season on a high note at the expense of our counterparts.

"After a successful season, there is no way that we can allow Swallows to spoil our mission of reaching our target - finishing the league within the top eight bracket," he said.

Wits are sixth on the log .

Swallows may be focusing on their final against University of Pretoria in the lucrative Nedbank Cup at Rand Stadium on May 23.

"A win against Wits will be a bonus," said Lefa Tsutsulupa, the Swallows captain who gets married on Sunday.

l After a resounding 2-1 win over SuperSport United on Wednesday, Lamontville Golden Arrows are fancied to collect maximum points against relegated Bay United in Port Elizabeth at 3pm.