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Cambodia end on tie high against Thais

Cambodia end on tie high against Thais

Cambodia managed to salvage a point from the 27th SEA Games group stage with a 0-0 draw against Thailand yesterday at Yangon’s Thuwunna YTC Stadium.

The Thais had already booked their place in Thursday’s semi-finals and Cambodia knew they were to finish bottom of Group B, but they at least avoiding a repeat of the 2011 tournament in Indonesia when they came home without a point.

Today’s Group A clash at 4:30pm Cambodian time at Naypyidaw’s Zaya Thiri Stadium between Vietnam and Malaysia is crucial to see who will join Singapore in the next phase.

Vietnam need to win to inflict a surprise elimination on the reigning champions. The 7:15pm kickoff between Laos and Brunei will decide who ends up fourth or fifth in the group.

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