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Quarterfinals kickoff

Quarterfinals kickoff

PHNOM PENH - The quaterfinals of

the top domestic football competition, the Samdech Hun Sen Cup, begin

Saturday with Build Bright University - who scraped through the last

round against Kiriong Sok Sen Chey on penalties - against defending

champions Phnom Penh Crown in the 2pm kickoff slot at Olympic Stadium.

The day's later fixture kicking off at 4:15pm sees last year's runners

up Preah Khan Reach take on Post Tel Club who have already scored ten

goals in the competition thanks to a demolition of Battambang Province

in the previous round. Admission to the stadium is free and games are

broadcast on TVK.

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