A top of the table clash pits second-placed Boeung Ket against Metfone C-League leaders NagaWorld in Sunday’s domestic highlight at Olympic Stadium.
Naga, who recorded a 10-1 thrashing of Western in their last match, sit atop the league on 25 points with 10 games played, a mere point ahead of defending champions Boeung Ket. Visakha are a distant third on 20 points while the top four is rounded off by Ministry of National Defense who have 18 points to their credit.
BK have announced free entry in a bid to drum up support for the local league.
Earlier on Sunday, Army meet their National Police counterparts, while Asia Europe United hotshot Privat Mbarga will look to maintain his position at the top of the scoring charts against Electricite du Cambodge.
In tomorrow’s C-League clashes, seventh-placed Phnom Penh Crown seek an improvement after a disappointing draw in their last league match at relegation candidates Electricite du Cambodge. The six-time champions travel to Siem Reap to face Angkor Tiger with coach Luke Sainsbury eager to gain much needed points. It’s not easy to play on their pitch,” said coach Sainsbury. “It doesn’t match how we play. So we have to make some changes.”
Also playing tomorrow are Visakha who meet fellow C-League newcomers Soltilo Angkor. An understrength Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng will be looking to pour scorn on lowly Western who are yet to register a point.