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Metfone C-League Boeung Ket, Army face title tests

Metfone C-League Boeung Ket, Army face title tests

As Boeung Ket Angkor and Ministry of National Defence go stride for stride in the Metfone C-League, with a solitary point separating Army from the league leaders from Kampong Cham, this weekend’s fixtures could prove crucial to title chances with just three games left.

Boeung Ket face a tough tie with five-time champs Crown at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday at 6pm, while the Armymen will be looking to see off Svay Rieng at Old Stadium on Saturday at 3.30pm.

National Police, who have won four matches on the trot after a string of poor results, will be keen to keep momentum going against Cambodian Tiger FC at Olympic Stadium at 6pm on Saturday. Naga, currently third, will be gunning for full points against CMAC United at the national stadium at 6pm on Saturday.

Western Phnom Penh and Asia Euro United meet in a bottom of the table six-pointer at 6pm on Sunday at Western Stadium.

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