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TriAsia on brink of exit in Samdech Hun Sen Cup

TriAsia on brink of exit in Samdech Hun Sen Cup

TriAsia Phnom Penh are staring elimination from the Hun Sen Cup full in the face today as they take on provincial minnows Kampong Chhnang in their clash at Old Stadium.

The Metfone C-League newcomers this year require a goal fest this afternoon as well as Group C rivals Phnom Penh Crown losing their game later against National Police Commissary.

The Police team have already secured their place in the quarter-finals, which will be played in a week’s time. Meanwhile, Group D games at Olympic and Old Stadiums will help draw a line under the group stage of the eighth edition of the annual domestic club competition.

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