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Crown, Svay Rieng start bids for more Cup glory

Crown, Svay Rieng start bids for more Cup glory

Another round of 8th Samdech Hun Sen Cup fixtures play out at two venues today as two sides both chasing a third title begin their campaigns.

Group C opens at Olympic Stadium with two-time winners Phnom Penh Crown taking on competition debutants TriAsia from 3:30pm. National Police Commissary then faces provincial qualifiers Kampong Chhnang at 6pm.

In Group B games over at the Old Stadium, 2011 and 2012 champions Svay Rieng clash with Khan Chamkarmon at 1:30pm, before Kirivong Sok Sen Chey meet Asia Europe University at 3:45pm.

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