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Cobras face Tigers in Pattaya footy friendly

Cobras face Tigers in Pattaya footy friendly

Aussie Rules football team the Phnom Penh Cobras are reared up and ready to take on the Thailand Tigers in a friendly in Pattaya at 2pm tomorrow. The Cobras, who will take 20 players for the trip, are set to change their name to the Phnom Penh Eagles next week after confirming a partnership with the West Coast Eagles of Perth in the first association of its kind for a non-Australian club. The Tigers will look to make amends for their loss to the Cobras in last year’s Indo China Cup.

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