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Metfone C-League back after international break

The 2015 Metfone Cambodian League kicks off for the first time since August 16 at the weekend after the international break for qualifying round matches for 2018 World Cup and the 2015 AFF U19 Championship.

All 12 teams will be in action on Saturday and Sunday. In Saturday’s early fixtures, both at 3.30pm, second place Boeung Ket Angkor, on 35 points, meet bottom side Kirivong Sok Sen Chey, who lost 12-2 to the Rubbermen in their first meeting, and third-placed Cambodia Tiger, on 24 points play National Defence, who they lost to 2-1 in the preceeding tie.

In the evening games at 6pm, sixth-place National Police will be out for revenge on Build Bright United who beat them 2-1 in their first meeting, and league leaders Phnom Penh Crown, on 36 points, play ninth-place Asia Europe United who they beat 6-1 in the first half of the season.

On Sunday at 3.30pm Western Phnom Penh in 11th face fifth-placed Svay Rieng. At 6pm CMAC United face fourth place NagaWorld, who saw off the league newcomers 3-0 earlier in the season.

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