Saturday 21st July
Asia Euro United look to secure their first league points in the second round of this season after two consecutive defeats in their first two league matches, however, they need to climb the mountain as they welcome third-placed Visakha. The visitors, who lost 0-2 to Coach Sok Veasna’s side in the first round, can’t make any mistake as they need nothing but three points to boost their title race.
Angkor Tiger are hopeful to repeat their winning record against Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng as both sides will face at the Siem Reap Stadium at 15.30. Coach Oriol Mohedano’s side stunned Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng with a huge 3-1 win at the Svay Rieng Stadium in their last league encounter, while a win for the Svay Rieng-based club is crucial as another three points can move them to the higher position in the league table.
Defending champions Boeung Ket host newly-promoted side Soltilo Angkor at the National Olympic Stadium at 18.00, with a victory over the Siem Reap-based club handing them a huge opportunity to continue their unbeaten league run this season. The three-time champions, who top the league table, are in a good mood to secure their third successive league triumph this season as they are four points ahead of second-placed Nagaworld.
Saturday 22nd July
Western Phnom Penh, who have yet to secure a single league point this season after fourteen losses in a row, have a tough task this weekend as they welcome Ministry of National Defense at their Western Phnom Penh Stadium at 15.00. Ministry of National Defense demolished Western Phnom Penh 8-0 at home in their last league meeting, so they look to secure another three vital points from this Sunday’s clash to continue their title hope.
G.C National Police entertain Electricite Du Cambodge, who have just crashed out of the Hun Sen Cup round of last 16. The league encounter between both sides will be held at the National Olympic Stadium at 18.00.
Meanwhile, the big clash between Nagaworld and Phnom Penh Crown has been rescheduled.