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PKR aim to stay ahead

PKR aim to stay ahead

 CPL FIXTURES SCHEDULE

Games played at Olympic Stadium

Saturday June 13

  • Phouchung Neak v Naga Corp – 2:00pm
  • Kirivong Sok Sen Chey v Phouchung Neak – 3:45pm

Sunday June 14

  • Build Bright United v National Defence Ministry – 2:00pm
  • Khemara Keila v Spark FC  – 3:45pm

Wednesday June 17

  • Phnom Penh Crown v Post Tel Club – 3:00pm

HIGHLIGHT of the weekend's fixtures is Saturday's clash between CPL

leaders Preah Khan Reach and Cup runners-up Naga Corp. Wednesday's game

between Phnom Penh Crown and Post Tel Club may be postponed say

officials.

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