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Naga, Svay Rieng look to sew up top four spots

Naga, Svay Rieng look to sew up top four spots

With the top two spots of the Metfone C-League more or less guaranteed to be taken by leaders Phnom Penh Crown and second placed Boeung Ket Rubber Field, two-time winners Naga Corp and reigning champions Svay Rieng take to the Olympic Stadium pitch today in the hunt for top four status.

Svay Rieng will grab fourth if they can beat Kirivong Sok Sen Chey in their game from 3:30pm. “We have high expectations to beat 11th-placed Kirivong again due to our recent progress,” Svay Rieng coach Sam Vandeth, who will leave the club at the end of this season, told the Post yesterday.

Naga will move seven points clear of current fourth placed TriAsia with a victory over National Police Commissary. Their match kicks off at 6pm.

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