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Brief: The battle for fifth place

Brief: The battle for fifth place

Phnom Penh Crown's Cambodian Premier League fixture against Phouchung Neak has been postponed to September 8 at 3pm, leaving one fixture today at Olympic Stadium between Build Bright United (BBU) and National Defence Ministry (MND) at 3pm. With the Super 4 and relegation sides decided, the race for fifth place, which yields a cash prize of 5 million riels (US$1,215), will keep the last two rounds interesting. BBU, Spark and Kirivong Sok Sen Chey are all on 21 points, while MND will have to win both their remaining matches to stand a chance of claiming fifth.

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