BEC Tero 2-3 TOT
Osotspa Saraburi 0-2 Suphanburi
Police Utd 0-0 Chainat
Samut Songkhram 1-1 Bangkok Glass
Suphanburi must be pinching themselves after their 2-0 win at Osotspa moved them into second place. Two second half headers from Wuttichai won the match for the recently promoted side.
If Suphanburi being in second place after five games has raised a few eyebrows, then TOT sitting just behind them in third has also mildly surprised the Thai football public. Their 3-2 win at BEC Tero was a coupon buster with goals from Noppol, Lee Jun Ki and Panomkorn earning the Laksi side a deserved victory.
The relegation scrap between Samut Songkhram and Bangkok Glass ended 1-1. Chatree finished off a scampering run by youngster Thanasit to give Glass a first half lead but that was cancelled out shortly after the break by Gilbert Koomson's crisp shot. BG would probably have settled for the point after Ekaphan was dismissed on the hour for receiving two yellow cards.
Police and Chainat cemented their mid-table positions as they shared a 0-0 draw at the Thammasart Stadium.
Nakhon Ratchasima 1-0 Ayutthaya
Phuket 1-0 Siam Navy
Rayong FC 1-3 Rayong United
Singh Tarua 1-2 BBCU
TTM 0-1 Nakhon Pathom Utd
BBCU and Phuket both moved to within one point of Singh Tarua at the top. A Bouba Abbo double helped BBCU win 2-1 at Singh Tarua while Chana's late strike earned Phuket a hard fought three points.
Valci Junior was the hero as he bagged a hat-trick in the Rayong derby. The 3-1 victory was even more remarkable as Rayong United finished the game with only 9 men. Goalkeeper Chaipipat was red carded in the 35th minute while Supat was ordered off near the end.
Rayong FC remain third bottom and they'll be thankful that Ayutthaya and TTM both succumbed to 1-0 losses to stay below them. A Yuskuke Kato penalty was the difference as Korat beat Ayutthaya 1-0 while Camara Souleymane pounced on a goalkeeping error to see Nakhon Pathom over the line at TTM.