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CPL sides look to lift off bottom

CPL sides look to lift off bottom

 CPL FIXTURES SCHEDULE

Games played at Olympic Stadium

Saturday May 9

  •  Phouchung Neak v Post Tel Club – 2:00pm
  • Naga Corp v Build Bright United – 3:45pm

Sunday May 10

  •  Phnom Penh Crown v Preah Khan Reach – 2:00pm
  • National Defense Ministry v Khemera Keila  – 3:45pm

Wednesday May 13

  •  Spark FC v Kirivong Sok Sen Chey – 3:00pm

CAMBODIAN Premier League teams Phouchung Neak and Post Tel Club will look to record their first points of the season when they face each other at 2pm at Olympic Stadium Saturday. Having both lost their first two games, conceeding a total of four goals each, the sides will also hope to open their scoring accounts.

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