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Cambodia bracketed in Group B for SEA Games

Cambodia bracketed in Group B for SEA Games

Cambodia will meet hosts Myanmar in the group stage of the football tournament at the 27th SEA Games next month.

Wednesday’s draw also revealed that the Kingdom’s U23 squad will also face Thailand – their BIDC Cup semi-finals opponents at Olympic Stadium today – as well as Indonesia and East Timor in Group B to be played in Yagon.

Group A matches in Naypyitaw feature defending champions Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Laos, the Philippines and Brunei. The top two teams of each group advance to the semi-finals. BANGKOK POST

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