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Breif: Naga want back in top 4

Breif: Naga want back in top 4

Naga Corp and Kirivong Sok Sen Chey locks horns at 3pm today at Olympic Stadium for their midweek CPL fixture. Kirivong will hope to draw level on points with Naga, while the 2009 Samdech Hun Sen Cup finalists could regain their place in the top four by taking all the points against the Takeo-based club. Meanwhile, the number of fantasy football teams registered for the Phnom Penh Post Premier league has rapidly increased, with over 30 currently signed up for the season. There’s still 10 days left to arrange your side, so don’t hesitate to register your dream team free at fantasy.premierleague.com, and join the Post league using code 112590-31633.

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