Bangkok Glass 0-1 Police Utd
Chainat 0-0 Chiang Rai Utd
Pattaya Utd 1-2 Army Utd
Ratchaburi 1-1 Chonburi
Suphanburi 1-0 Samut Songkhram
An injury time Thiago Cunha penalty cancelled out Sila's first half strike to salvage a point for Chonburi. The penalty award was originally given as a free kick just outside the box, but after consulting his assistant the referee changed his mind and awarded a penalty kick. The replays show clearly that Cunha was at least one meter inside the box when he was fouled. However a section of louts wearing Ratchaburi shirts decided to dish out their own justice after the match attacking Chonburi fans and their vehicles.
A Wuttichai goal was enough to win the points for Suphanburi against Samut Songkhram while Mbuta and Tatree were on target for Army at Pattaya as the Bangkok side picked up their second win of the week. The wins move Suphanburi up to the giddy heights of third while Army climb into the top half.
Chiang Rai United earned a decent point at Chainat but whether that was adequate enough to satisfy the "Teco Out" brigade remains to be seen.
Police United took the bragging rights as they beat Bangkok Glass 1-0 in the Pathumthani derby. The only goal of the match came as half time beckoned with Tanat heading home a corner.
Ayutthaya 0-0 PTT Rayong
Saraburi 1-1 Rayong FC
TTM 0-1 Phuket
TTM slumped to the bottom of the table after their 1-0 loss to Phuket. A Kritsada free kick from the right touchline ten minutes from time won the points for the Islanders although it has to be said that TTM keeper Shota Wada made a meal of trying to deal with it.
Newly promoted Ayutthaya and Rayong FC grabbed a point each but it wasn't enough to move either out of the relegation zone. There were plenty of chances in the Ayutthaya v PTT Rayong goalless draw while Warut struck midway through the second period to equalize for Rayong after Bernard Henri had headed the Warlords in front in the 16th minute.