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Visakha out to hit the top in clash with Boeung Ket

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Visakha plays with Boeung Ket. Sreng Meng Srun

Visakha out to hit the top in clash with Boeung Ket

Beaten in the Hun Sen Cup quarterfinals on penalties by NagaWorld, who are also breathing down their necks in the race for the Metfone C-League top spot, defending champions Boeung Ket will have to up the ante when they face the threat of joint second Visakha when the two meet at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday.

With Boeung Ket’s lead down to just one point on Naga and Visakha, this key clash could well be a defining moment for the debutants.

Ministry of National Defense travel to Siem Reap to face Soltilo Angkor, while Phnom Penh Crown will be at home against Electricite du Cambode.

Naga should have an easy time against whipping boys Western Phnom Penh in Saturday’s early kick-off, while Angkor Tiger take on National Police at the Svay Thom Stadium in Siem Reap. Asia Euro United travel to Svay Rieng for a tilt against local side Preah Khan Reach.”

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