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TriAsia edge Police as MCL top four stay tight

A Soun Virak strike on the hour mark for TriAsia Phnom Penh was all that separated them from Metfone C-League rivals National Police Commissary in their clash at Olympic Stadium on Sunday night.

The 1-0 victory meant TriAsia kept up with the pace of the Police team, with the sides occupying third and fourth respectively behind leaders Phnom Penh Crown and Naga Corp.

The top four all have 10 points from five games of the 2014 season so far.

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