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Naga aim to keep up the pace, face BBU

Naga aim to keep up the pace, face BBU

Two-time champions Naga Corp will look to keep the 2014 front-runners in check with a positive result in today’s Metfone C-League clash against Build Bright United from 6pm at the Olympic Stadium.

Naga are currently nine points behind leaders Phnom Penh Crown and seven off the pace of second-placed Boeung Ket Rubber Field, but with a game in hand. In the 3:30pm kickoff at the same ground, last year’s winners Svay Rieng, who occupy a demoralising ninth place in the standings, take on bottom club Albirex Niigata.

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