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Police to kick off defence of Hen Sen Cup today

Police to kick off defence of Hen Sen Cup today

Holders National Police will be aiming to get off to a good start when they face Tbung Khmum today in Group A of 2015 Hun Sen Cup at Tonle Bati’s National Football Training Centre in Takeo province from 3:30pm.

Meanwhile, in the same group, Kratie will kick off their campaign against Albirex Niigata at another part of the stadium at the same time.

Today, matches also see Build Bright United hoping to start their campaign with a win when they meet Kampot in Group B clash at the same stadium, while the biggest match of the day is the meeting between Tri-Asia and Kirivong Sok Sen Chey at 3:30pm.

All group matches will be played at the centre, while the quarterfinals and final matches will be played at Svay Rieng FC’s new stadium.

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