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Crown clash with Neftchi again in President’s Cup

Crown clash with Neftchi again in President’s Cup

Metfone C-League champions Phnom Penh Crown come up against their Kyrgyzstan counterparts Neftchi Kochkor-Ata this afternoon in Taiwan in the finals stage of the 2011 AFC President’s Cup. The teams, who faced each other in a group-stage match played at Olympic Stadium in May that Neftchi won 1-0, will kick off their tie at 3pm Cambodian time at the Kaohsiung National Stadium. At 6pm, Tajikistan league winners Istiqlol take on hosts Taiwan Power Company in their Group A game.

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