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Crown boys to wrap up ASEAN U15 campaign

Crown boys to wrap up ASEAN U15 campaign

Phnom Penh Crown Academy have their last chance to make an impression in the FAM-Frenz U15 Champions Trophy when they host Vietnam PVF Academy at 4pm tomorrow at Olympic Stadium.

The Cambodian boys are coming off a 1-0 loss at home to Singapore NFA on Tuesday, their seventh defeat of the campaign, which was decided by a solitary second half strike by Rusyaidi Salime.

With two points from two draws, Crown seem destined to finish at the foot of Group A unless they can pull off a huge upset win over Vietnam, who will leapfrog tabletoppers Chonburi Academy with a victory.

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