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Midweek double header in the Metfone C-League

Midweek double header in the Metfone C-League

Two Metfone C-League clashes play out at Olympic Stadium today, with sides eagerly eyeing advances up the table. Build Bright United will look to make it three wins in a row and draw level on points with fifth placed Kirivong Sok Sen Chey when they take on Asia Europe University, who can pull themselves out of the relegation quagmire with all three points. That 2pm kickoff will be followed by a 4pm game between National Police Commissary and Svay Rieng. Police can leapfrog Kirivong into fifth with victory, while Svay Rieng will maintain their second spot regardless of the result but will look to cut league leaders Boeung Ket Rubber Field’s advantage down to a single point.

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