Army out for campaign boost from Naga clash

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Boeung Ket player trys to attack EDC player in the previous match. Sreng Meng Srun

Army out for campaign boost from Naga clash

Off-form Ministry of National Defense will be hoping for a turnaround in fortunes when they face unbeaten joint Metfone C-League leaders NagaWorld in this week’s standout tie at Old Stadium on Saturday at 6pm.

Fellow table-toppers Boeung Ket will be out to defend their own unbeaten record after seeing off defending champions Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng 3-1 last week.

At EdC Stadium at 3pm, Svay Rieng take on Electricite du Cambodge. Svay Rieng come to the capital to face Soltilo Angkor at Old Stadium at 3.30pm.

On Sunday, Phnom Penh Crown host Asia Europe United at their RSN Stadium at 6pm, while National Police tackle surprise-package newcomers Visakha at Old Stadium at 6.30pm.

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