Safa will secure survival if they win their final two matches.
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Three-time Lebanese Premier League champions Safa have two games to rescue their season as the Beirut side enter the penultimate round mired in the bottom two.Seven teams are still vying for safety, with just four points separating second-bottom Safa and fifth-place Shabab al-Sahel.After getting off to a flying start under new Tunisian manager Tarek Jaraya with a 1-0 win over Tripoli, Safa were dragged back into the relegation zone following sobering defeats to Sahel and Salam Zgharta. And they find themselves facing Racing at perhaps the worst time, with Roda Antar's in-form side (20 points) gunning for a third straight win. Sahel (22), meanwhile, can also preserve their top-flight status Saturday with a win against table-proppers Bekaa, who need maximum points from their last two matches to stand any chance of staying up.
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