Monday, May 30, 2011

Weekend Round-Up 28-29 May

Navy 1-1 Army Utd
Sisaket 2-0 TOT
Buriram PEA 1-0 Sriracha
Thai Port 3-2 BEC Tero
Pattaya 1-1 Chonburi
Osotspa Saraburi 0-0 Chiang Rai
TTM Pichit 1-0 Samut Songkram
Bangkok Glass 5-3 Police Utd
Sarayoot (www.thaipremierleague)
Muangthong 1-0 Khon Kaen

The Pathumthani derby between Bangkok Glass v Police was an incredibly entertaining game. The home side won 5-3 and reports suggest that both teams heavily contributed to the entertainment. BG’s on-form striker, Sarayoot, scored a hat-trick and now tops the TPL scoring chart with 10 goals.  

In contrast, Army United’s Leandro seems to have lost his goal scoring touch with only one goal in his last 8 games. As a consequence, Army have slipped down the table a few places and still haven’t won an away game this season. Their latest attempt ended 1-1 at lowly Siam Navy.

Muangthong kept another clean sheet as they edged out Khon Kean with an early Teerasil goal. Their ground sharing neighbours, TOT,  lost 2-0 at Sisaket.

Division 1
Raj-Pracha 0-1 Chainat
JW Rangsit 1-1 Saraburi
BBCU 1-0 Chantaburi
Suphanburi 0-0 Air Force Utd
RBAC 1-1 SP Customs Utd
Phuket 0-3 Buriram FC
Bangkok Utd 3-1 Thai Honda
Songkla 4-0 Bangkok FC
PTT Rayong 1-0 Chaing Mai

The top two of BBCU and Buriram FC continue to dominate the league. The race for the 3rd promotion place has shaken out the contenders from the pretenders into a 3 way chase between Bangkok Utd, Chainat and Songkla. 

Bangkok FC were spanked 4-0 on their trip down south to Songkla while Air Force United will be happy with a point from Suphanburi.

Division 2 (Bangkok)
Kasetsart 2-0 Kasem Bundit
Mapthaphut Rayong 1-1 Raj Vithi
BKK Christian 0-1 Nontaburi
Thanyaburi Asia Utd 2-1 Thai Airways Luk Issan
NSRU 1-1 Jamjuree
Prachinburi 1-1 Thai Fleet
North Bangkok FC 2-0 Samut Prakarn Utd
Assumption Thonburi 1-1 Globex

Prachinburi failed to win again and appear to be dropping out of the promotion race. North Bangkok College went top on goal difference after a Monday evening win over Samut Prakarn United. 

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