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Brief: CPL Round 15 concludes

Brief: CPL Round 15 concludes

Today's double fix of Cambodian Premier League (CPL) games at Olympic Stadium may not afford much in the way of position changes, but should help clarify the way things will stand at the end of the season, just three rounds away. Post Tel club must record a win against National Defence Ministry, who are practically the only team that can take their place in the relegation zone. Their game kicks off at 2pm. In today's later game at 4pm, title chasers Preah Khan Reach will hope to keep pace with Phnom Penh Crown by winning against surprise package Spark FC. Anything but a loss for Spark will help leapfrog them over Build Bright United into the lucrative fifth place, and a strong finish to the end of the season could even grant them a place in the Super Four.

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