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TPL

Apr 19

CHNT

SGKL

18.00

CHON

SPHN

18.00

MTUD

CRUD

19.00

AFCE

SSKM

19.00

TRUA

BRM

20.00

TPL
Apr 20

TOT

POLC

18.00

BKKU

RTCB

18.00

SSKT

BKKG

19.00

OSOT

BEC

19.00

ARMY

PTTR

19.00

 

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   Latest results - 9th April Thai Premier League - Samut Songkrahm 1-2 Chonburi, Police 1-2 Chainat, Bangkok Glass 2-3 Army, BEC Tero 2-1 Sisaket, Chiang Rai United 2-0 Air Force, Ratchaburi 1-2 Osotspa, PTT Rayong 1-4 Muangthong United, Suphanburi 1-1 Buriram United, Songkhla 1-0 Bangkok United, TOT 2-0 Singhtarua 

Matchday 8 Review

>>Matchday 8 Review

There was a first reality check for Singh Tarua and Ratchaburi as they suffered their first losses of the season. Tarua were without their talisman Leandro and there were to be no goals and no points for the league leaders at TOT. Takahiro Kawamura gave TOT the lead after his side had been awarded a softish penalty. Prakit cut in from the right to double that lead in the 32nd minute. Tarua huffed and puffed but never looked like getting back into the contest in the remaining hour.  An own goal three minutes from time was Ratchaburi's undoing. A shot from the right by Narong gave Osotspa the lead midway through the second period. Douglas levelled from the spot ten minutes later but Osotspa regained the lead when a deflection off Sila's knee crept into the bottom corner of the net.
A double apiece from Djurovski and Teerasil sent Muangthong to the top of the league. They beat PTT Rayong....

>>Matchday 8 Preview

With the Songkran festival set to hit the streets of Thailand this weekend, the Matchday 8 fixtures have been pulled forward to Wednesday evening. There has been plenty of focus at the top end of the table recently so I thought I'd take a closer look at the teams at the wrong end of the table. A quick glance at the foot of the league shows four sides in danger of being cut adrift. They are Bangkok United, Songkhla, Air Force and Samut Songkhram.
Two of the aforementioned sides meet at the Tinsulanon tomorrow when Songkhla welcome Bangkok United. The Fighting Bulls played more like the cowering calfs on Saturday when they were hammered 7-0 by Osotspa. The fact that they've conceded 19 goals already does not bode well for the southern side. Four out of five of their points have been....

>>Sunday 6 April Review

The woodwork denied Ratchaburi twice in the second half as they couldn't break down a stubborn Sisaket. The point for Ratchaburi meant that Singh Tarua finished the weekend on top of the TPL.
Jay Bo was Muangthong's savior as they came from behind to beat 10 man Bangkok Glass 2-1. Chatree headed the Glass Rabbits in front in the 25th minute but they were dealt a double blow in first half stoppage time. Leesaw was harshly dismissed for receiving a second yellow card and then Kim Dong Jin headed home from close range. Teerasil set up Bothroyd to slot home the winning goal minutes after the hour.
Chonburi and BEC tero both kept up their unbeaten starts to the campaign. Rangsan was credited with Tero's winner at Army while Thiago Cunha's brace in the first 20 minutes was enough to see Chonburi over the line against....

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 Thai Football Articles

>>Three generations of my family went to the football together last weekend

My parents are in town for a few days which coincided with a home match for my local football team, Hua Hin City. So me, my wife, my Mum and Dad and my four month old son all went to watch the game together last Saturday.
My Dad started taking me to Arsenal games at the age of about 6. This was during the George Graham era when you could still stand at English football grounds and while that side wasn’t renowned for its....

>>BEC Tero 1-1 Muangthong United

SCG Muangthong United managed to steal a point in injury time thanks to a breakthrough Jay Bothroyd header in the 92nd minute. The match was fairly equal, yet MTU failed to capitalize on their opportunities BEC Tero went on to create better chances throughout the second half. The home side pulled ahead in the 71st minute after Thittiphan Puangchan...

>>Nakhon Pathom 1–1 Siam Navy FC

Nakhon Pathom entered the match needing a win and three points to stay within striking distance of the top six while Navy were hoping for another win and a move to the top of the standings. Navy started the match off strong as their Portuguese midfielder, Pina, was in the middle of everything going forward. His skill and movement...

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Upcoming Fixtures

Apr 2
AFC Champions League Buriram Utd v Cezero Osaka (JPN) I-Mobile Stadium
Mar 11
AFC Champions League
Buriram Utd 1-2 Pohang Steelers (KOR)
I-Mobile Stadium
Mar 18
AFC Champinos League
Cerezo Osaka (JPN) 4-0 Buriram Utd
Osaka Nagai Stadium, Osaka

 

 




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