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Boeung Ket out to keep pressure on at the top

Boeung Ket out to keep pressure on at the top

League leaders on goal difference, Boeung Ket will be out to extend their unbeaten record and put pressure on nearest rivals Phnom Penh Crown, who play tomorrow, when they take on sixth-place NagaWorld at Old Stadium at 3:30pm.

After six matches of Metfone Cambodian League action, Boeung Ket have five wins and a draw, and beat Svay Rieng 5-1 on Sunday at Old Stadium.

Naga, however, went down 2-0 to National Police on the same day.

Western University face Cambodian Mines Action Centre at Western Stadium in Tuol Kork at 3:30pm as Build Bright United take on National Defence at the Bati Centre.

In today’s 6pm match, Svay Rieng take on Cambodian Tiger at the Svay Rieng Stadium.

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