They have what looks like an insurmountable lead atop the FKF Division one Zone A league.
Next weekend, they face off with their only remaining challengers, Bidco United in Mombasa and I will be shocked if they do not get a win.
If they do so, then you have to say that they are home and dry since a look at the fixtures shows that most of their remaining matches will be in Mombasa.
Kazi kwisha if you ask me.
Stay in top flight
If they do gain promotion, then we will be back to square one as far as they are concerned.
In recent years, the dockers have been like Yoyo's, they are here and there, not settling down in the top flight.
They have been up one year, down the other and up again.. That has been Bandari's fashion.
Question is, have they learnt from past mistakes and will they stay in the Premier League longer?
To do so, there is a couple of things that I think they should do.
The consistency level must be there in many ways.
First, they should retain most if not all of the players who have helped them in Division one.
I admit that they will be tempted to bring in a couple of new faces, but it is prudent that they have the base that has been built this year.
When they were relegated, a few names left, but they retained the majority of players from the previous season and that helped them because they did not have to build afresh.
For me, at most, they should sign five players so as to retain the core of the team and ensure there are no players learning and settling in two months into the season.
Secondly, they must start well. At-least 14 points from the first seven games will do to ensure they are well on their way.
Their problem in recent years has been that they have started poorly then played catch-up all season long.
For them, they have had the pressure from early in the season, when it should not be that way, when they should be enjoying life in the top flight, they have been busy thinking about relegation from March.
If they are in the top flight, they have to start well as there are no short-cuts this time round.
Otherwise, it will be the same old stories.
Finally, they must win most of their home games.
In a season, they have 15 games at the Mbaraki Sports Club grounds and for me, they should win at least ten of the home games.
We all know that Mombasa sides struggle to play well when they are upcountry, thus they should win at home or get positive results in their home games.
They can then clamour to get ten points from the other 15 away games and with 40 points they should be safe from relegation.
If they can do the above, then Bandari will cease to be one season wonders.