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Classic battles play out in Metfone C-League

Classic battles play out in Metfone C-League

Reigning Metfone C-League champions and current table- toppers Boeung Ket Rubber Field will take on title rivals and four-time top-tier winners Phnom Penh Crown at Olympic Stadium at 6pm today in a highly anticipated clash.

In the earlier 4pm kick-off, Preah Khan Reach will look to consolidate their second place in the standings with a win over Ministry of National Defence, who are still seeking their first victory of the campaign.

Due to injury concerns, both fixtures were postponed until after the national team’s trip to the Philippines last month for the AFC Challenge Cup qualifiers.

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