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Cup final rivals face again in Metfone C-League encounter

Cup final rivals face again in Metfone C-League encounter

A titanic clash between 2012 Hun Sen Cup finalists Preah Khan Reach, who retained their title, and Naga Corp gets the weekend’s Metfone C-League action under way at Olympic Stadium at 2:30pm tomorrow.

League newcomers Western University are then up against Takeo club Kirivong Sok Sen Chey at 4:30pm.

On Sunday, another intriguing match-up sees National Police take on their Army counterparts, National Defence Ministry, at 2:30pm while strugglers Chhlam Samuth and resurgent reigning champions Phnom Penh Crown round things off at 4:30pm.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]

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