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Top of the table sides square off in MCL today

Top of the table sides square off in MCL today

Boeung Ket Angkor, Build Bright United, National Defence and Western United meet today in clashes at the top of the Metfone Cambodian League table, while National Police and Kirivong Sok Sen Chey also face off.

With two games of the season gone, Build Bright, Boeung Ket and Defence are all level on four points after recording a win and a draw, while Western have three points, losing to National Defence 2-1 before beating Kirivong Sok Sen Chey 6-4 on Sunday.

Phnom Penh Crown also have four points but play tomorrow.

In today’s matches, Western United play Build Bright at the Western Stadium, National Defence welcome Boeung Ket to the Old Stadium and National Police play Kirivong Sok Sen Chey at Bati National Football Training Center 1, with all games at 3.30pm.



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