NagaWorld will look to shake off a mid-week AFC Cup group game defeat to Yangon United as they turn their attentions tomorrow to the domestic Metfone C-League.
Naga, who lost 2-0 on Wednesday, meet Angkor Tiger at Old Stadium in Phnom Penh with both clubs displaying fine domestic form. Naga sit second in the league table with a solitary loss to their credit while Angkor Tiger remain unbeaten on fourth but frustrated with three draws.
Meanwhile, Phnom Penh Crown interim coach Sum Vanna will look to build on his teams win in last weekend’s match when they travel to Siem Reap to face Soltilo Angkor. Also playing tomorrow are third-placed Visakha who will fancy their chances against relegation candidates Bati Academy U18s.
In Sunday’s highlight, top of the table Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng welcome Boeung Ket for what is expected to be the toughest test of their season so far. Coach Conor Nestor has led his Svay Rieng side to the summit dropping just two points in the process and remaining unbeaten.
Also on Sunday, struggling National Police Commissary will face Electricite du Cambodge while Asia Euro United are expected to pour scorn on league whipping boys Kampong Cham. KC have conceded 59 goals in just 7 games and have a sole win.
Ministry of National Defense also play on Sunday and deadly strike duo George Bisan and Dzarma Bata will be looking to up their tally at the expense of Kirivong Sok Sen Chey.