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Crown meet their match in 2012 Singapore Cup

Crown meet their match in 2012 Singapore Cup

Metfone C-League champions Phnom Penh Crown have their work cut out for them in the first round of the 2012 RHB Singapore Cup after being drawn against reigning S.League champions Tampines Rovers on Saturday.

Crown are making their sixth appearance at the annual competition hosted by the Lion City, which is slated to get under way on May 14.

Of the 16 sides pitched into the first round, four are visiting from abroad, including Loyola Meralco Sparks of the Philippines, Myanmar club KBZ FC and Yotha FC of Laos.

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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