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Svay Rieng sweep past AEU and into fourth spot

Svay Rieng sweep past AEU and into fourth spot

Reigning Metfone C-League champions Svay Rieng shone another ray of hope on their title defence this year with a 4-1 victory over Asia Europe University in a rain-lashed game at the Olympic Stadium yesterday.

The result saw Svay Rieng vault up to fourth place on 25 points thanks to a four-goal advantage in goal difference over fifth-placed National Police Commissary.

Phnom Penh Crown maintain a five-point lead over Boeung Ket Rubber Field at the table summit with eight rounds left in the campaign.

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