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Crown to face Malaysian visitors Terengganu FC

Crown to face Malaysian visitors Terengganu FC

Phnom Penh Crown take on Malaysian visitors to the Kingdom Terengganu FC tonight at their home RSN Stadium at 6:30pm, in the latest in a series of friendlies between sides from the two countries.

Crown will be looking for a measure of revenge after falling 3-0 at home on Saturday to the other Malaysian outfit in town, Negeri Sembilan. Negeri Sembilan currently play in Liga Premier, Malaysia’s second-tier professional league.

Terengganu were promoted to the Malaysian top-flight Super League last season after finishing second in Liga Premier, and they go into this evening’s match having played Metfone C-League side National Defence Ministry at Olympic Stadium last night in a busy schedule that saw them edge Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng 1-0 at the same venue on Saturday.

In Friday’s opening friendly, Army drew 1-1 with Negeri Sembilan. Svay Rieng complete the schedule when they face Negeri Sembilan in the final game, which is to be played at the ISPP Stadium at 4pm on Wednesday.

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