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Cambodia against Malaysia U23s after fixture switch

Cambodia against Malaysia U23s after fixture switch

In a change to their scheduled friendly against the Malaysian national team, Cambodia will line up today against the U23 Malaysia side, also known as the Malaysia Olympic team.

The game, slated for a 7:45pm Cambodian time kick-off at the Football Association of Malaysia’s pitch in Kuala Lumpur, is Cambodia’s last chance for match practice before they head to Yangon for the 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup qualifiers, which begin on Friday.

Cambodia have been training in Malaysia since September 18 and travelled to Singapore to play the U23 side Courts Young Lions on Saturday, where they drew 3-3.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]

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