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Boeung Ket face champs of Myanmar in quarters

Boeung Ket face champs of Myanmar in quarters

League-toppers Boeung Ket Angkor, who are 4-3 up when the third-place playoff second leg against Cambodian Tiger FC kicks off on December 11, will turn their sights on a piece of coveted regional glory when they face Myanmar champs Yangon United on Sunday for a place in the semifinals of the 2015 Toyota Mekong Club Championships.

This crucial tie, which kicks off at 6:30pm under lights at the Olympic Stadium, will determine which one of the qualification round winning teams will face V-League champions Becamex Binh Duong in the semi-final in Hanoi on December 6.

Myanmar’s leading lights thrashed Lao Toyota 5-2 last Sunday, while Boeung Ket were equally impressive in their 2-0 win over the Lao champions on November 1.


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