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Form boost goal Police out to arrest dip in Hun Sen Cup

Form boost goal Police out to arrest dip in Hun Sen Cup

Beaten out of sight by Boeung Ket Angkor on Sunday in their league campaign, and reeling under a long spell of patchy form this season, National Police will look at today’s Hun Sen Cup match at the Olympic Stadium as their best opportunity to make amends in Group D against relatively light opposition in Kratie Province.

In the other two matches in the group, Siem Reap will host NagaWorld, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Cambodia Tiger last Sunday in their league clash, and Svay Rieng will host Preah Vihear.

In Group C, Phnom Penh Crown will be looking to use the familiarity of the RSN Stadium for a big win over Kampong Speu as two other premier league teams will be the guests of provincial sides.

Pailin will entertain Western Phnom Penh and Kampot welcome CMAC to their ground.

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