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Cambodia face Malaysia U23s in practice match

Cambodia face Malaysia U23s in practice match

The Cambodian national team line up against the U23 Olympic side from Malaysia at 4pm today in their friendly fixture used as a tune-up for the 2014 World Cup qualifiers at the end of the month. The team list published in Friday’s edition of the Post remains unchanged after weekend Metfone C-League matches, with the exception of National Defence Ministry goalkeeper Oum Vichet who injured his hand against Phnom Penh Crown. The 19-year-old stopper was said to be devastated in missing out on his first chance to grab an international cap. UNG CHAMROEUN

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