Kor Royal Cup Final
Buriram United v Chonburi (Sunday)
The Thunder Castle will be bidding to lift their fifth trophy this calendar year. They've already won the TPL, FA Cup, Toyota League Cup and most recently the Toyota Cup when they defeated Japanese outfit Vegalta Sendai after a penalty shoot-out.
Current Kor Royal Cup holders Chonburi qualified for this final due to finishing runners-up to Buriram PEA in the league. Last season the Sharks defeated an uninspiring Muangthong United 2-1 in the Kor Royal final.
Both sides have already kicked off their offensives for 2012 with respective AFC action during the week. Buriram United stunned J League side Kashiwa Reysol in a exciting 3-2 win in the AFC Champions league while Chonburi struck in the third minute of injury time to grab a point as their AFC Cup opener with Yangon United finished 1-1.
This season curtain raiser will be played at the Supachalasai with a 5pm kick off.
Div 2 BKK
Krung Thonburi v Customs
Luk Issan v Bangkok Christian
Thai Honda v Kasetsart
Nontaburi v Globex
R-BEC v Rangsit FC
Assumption Thonburi v Central Lions
Kasem Bundit v North Bangkok
Prachinburi v Samut Sakhon
Chamchuri v Samut Prakarn Utd
Leaders Chumchuri United hope to maintain their 100% record as they welcome Samut Prakarn United to the Chulalonkkorn Stadium. This game will be the The Crab Devils fourth consecutive game away from their home stadium. Second placed Samut Sakhon travel to Klaeng, Rayong, to face Prachinburi while third placed Central Lions make their first road trip as they venture the short distance to Assumption Thonburi.
The foot of the league table is grim reading for Bangkok Christian. They've played three and lost three. So far they've failed to score any goals whilst conceding ten in the process. This time out they meet fellow booby prize contenders, Luk Issan. Both sides will be aiming for their first three point haul of the season.