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Crown lads face East Timor in home U15 leg

Crown lads face East Timor in home U15 leg

While their senior club-mates battle across town in the Metfone C-League tomorrow afternoon, Phnom Penh Crown Academy take on East Timor at 3:45pm at Old Stadium in the Frenz-FAM U15 ASEAN Champions Trophy.

The Cambodian boys lost 4-1 to the Timorese outfit away in Dili on June 25, and the visitors have since drawn and won in two home games, while Crown suffered a 3-0 defeat in Thailand. Crown are currently bottom of the six-team Group A, nursing a single point from their five games to date. East Timor are fourth on eight points.

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