Metfone Cambodian League – Week-19 Fixtures

August 25th, 2018

Soltilo Angkor entertain Nagaworld at their Siem Reap Stadium, with both sides aiming for three points from this weekend’s league meeting. League Leaders Nagaworld need nothing but three points to boost their title race, while the home side want points as they are hopeful to finish the league in a higher position than their Siem Reap rivals Angkor Tiger.

G.C National Police host Phnom Penh Crown at the National Olympic Stadium after they were thrashed 4-0 at the RSN Stadium in their first league encounter of the season. The home side need three points as they aim for a top-5 finish, but they can’t be serious to avoid injury concern as they need a fresh leg for the Hun Sen Cup semi-finals next week.

Ministry of National Defense welcome third-placed Visakha at the Army Stadium as they look to produce another impressive performance to snatch all three points to keep their title dream alive. Coach Phea Sopheaktra’s side sit in the fourth place with six points away from the league leaders Nagaworld, so a clash with Visakha is their big task as their title race could be over should they lose to the visitors.

 

August 26th, 2018

Electricite Du Cambodge face Western Phnom Penh at their EDC Stadium in the relegation battle. Coach Prak Vuthy’s side are eleventh in the league table with five points ahead of Western Phnom Penh, who are at the bottom of the table, earning only one point from eighteen league matches. A victory over Western Phnom Penh is likely to see Electricite Du Cambodge confirm their place in the Metfone Cambodian League next season.

Angkor Tiger are set to bag their fourth consecutive league victory in a row as they face Asia Euro United at their Siem Reap Stadium. The Siem Reap-based club are in a great form after securing eleven points from three wins and two draw in their last five league matches, meaning that their team spirit is high against their top-5 rivals Asia Euro United.

Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng take on Boeung Ket at the Svay Rieng Stadium, and it is a tough clash for the home side as defending champions Boeung Ket are desperate to bag three points to keep pressure on the league leaders. Boeung Ket, who are second in the league table with two points away from the league leaders, are set to make history if they are to clinch their third successive league championships this season.