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Cambodian Police club chase point to seal title

Cambodian Police club chase point to seal title

National Police Commissary needs just a draw from today’s match against their Vietnamese counterparts at Thong Nhat stadium in Ho Chi Minh City to become champions of the 2012 ASEAN Police-Eximbank Cup, an open football tournament for police teams.

In their three previous matches, the Cambodians beat Laos 2-1, Australia 3-1 and Thailand 1-0.

They currently sit top of the table on nine points, while Laos are in second with six points, with both sides having a single match remaining.

Thailand have three points while Australia and Vietnam are winless from their two matches.

The match between Cambodia and Vietnam sides kicks off at 3:30pm, followed by Australia v Thailand at 5:30pm.

National Police Commissary are also preparing to face Metfone C-League leaders Naga Corp in the semifinals of the Super 4 playoffs on September 9.

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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