The moved up to third in the S.League after the 4-0 win.
Home United coach Lee Lim-saeng was pleased with his squad after an “important” victory over Harimau Muda on Monday night.
The Protectors ran out comfortable 4-0 at the Jalan Besar Stadium as veteran striker Indra Sahdan Daud rolled back the years to score a brace, with Jordan Webb also scoring before a late own-goal from Osman Yusoff added some extra gloss to the scoreline.
Victory pushed Home up to third place in the table, guaranteeing them a top-fix finish with just two matches remaining, and Lee admits it was crucial his side claimed all three points in the game.
“Of course, tonight [Monday] was very important for Home United,” Lee told Fox Sports. “Now we’re third and we’ll try our best and keep going until the last moment.
“Frankly speaking, there were a few games where we didn’t play our best but I think, throughout the course of the season, we’ve played well in most of them.
“Even when we didn’t get the good results that we were expecting, we tried to show our style of play and pressed on the ball together. We tried to keep possession although sometimes we conceded from set-pieces as our players aren’t the tallest.”
Home’s take on Courts Young Lions and Hougang United in their final two matches, with both taking place on their own soil.