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CPL enters last round

CPL enters last round

Cambodian Premier League teams enter the last round of fixtures this weekend, with the top two places still to be determined along with the four-way race for fifth place. Kirivong Sok Sen Chey, Spark FC, and National Defence Ministry will all attempt to steal the coveted fifth-place position from Build Bright United, who place just a point ahead with all their games completed. Meanwhile, Phnom Penh Crown are favourites to take the top spot once again, needing just one or two draws from their remaining two games. Preah Khan Reach will avoid Crown in the Super 4 semifinals having guaranteed second position, but will need results to go their way if they are to claim their first-ever top-place finish in the league.

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