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Boeung Ket take top spot from Phnom Penh Crown

Boeung Ket take top spot from Phnom Penh Crown

Runners-up for the past two seasons, Boeng Ket Angkor’s vigorous campaign to recapture their 2012 glory gathered momentum on Thursday as they eked out a 1-0 win over Build Bright United at the Army Stadium to reach the top of the Metfone C League table on better goal difference with Phnom Penh Crown, both at 13 points each from the five matches completed in the first leg.

Boeung Ket and Crown have conceded just four goals so far, but Boeung Ket have tallied 19 goals to Crown’s 15.

Svay Rieng recorded a 2-0 win over National Police at the Bati Center.


Kirivong Sok Sen Chey v National Defence, 3:30pm, Bati Center;

Asia Europe United v Western University, 3:30pm, Western University;

Phnom Penh Crown v Cambodian Actions Mines Center, 6pm, RSN Stadium


Build Bright v Cambodian Tiger FC 3:30pm, Svay Rieng Stadium; Nagaworld v National Police, 3:30pm Bati Center;

Boeng Ket Angkor v Svay Rieng 3:30pm, Old Stadium


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