Buriram Utd 4-1 Osotspa Saraburi
Chainat 1-2 Chonburi
Muangthong Utd 2-0 Police Utd
Bangkok Glass v Ratchaburi
Chiang Rai Utd 0-0 Samut Songkhram
TOT 3-1 Bangkok Utd
Sisaket P-P Army Utd
Songkhla 0-0 BEC Tero
Suphanburi 1-2 Pattaya Utd
On Saturday the big 3 all won to pull even further away from the chasing pack who are lead by TOT after they beat Bangkok United 3-1 yesterday.
Jung Ji Soo struck right at the death to give Pattaya United an unexpected 2-1 win at Suphanburi. That win moved the Dolphins up three places and they moved above Chiang Rai Utd and Samut Songkhram after they drew 0-0 with each other.
Tensions are running high up north with Teco now the most unpopular Brazilian in the Chiang Rai province. With his days looking numbered in the CRU hot seat, the TPL welcomed back Rene as he took charge of his BEC Tero side for the first time. It's a game that probably won't live long in the memory as the fire dragons were held to a 0-0 draw by Songkhla Utd.
Ayutthaya 1-1 Phuket
Rayong Utd 0-0 TTM
Saraburi 1-1 Nakhon Pathom Utd
Sriracha 0-2 Nakhon Ratchasima
Trat 1-2 Air Force
BBCU 1-2 Bangkok FC
Khon Kaen 2-1 Krabi
Siam Navy 1-1 PTT Rayong
Singh Tarua 4-2 Rayong FC
Hardly anybody outside of the Air Force, including myself, thought that Air Force would be top of the pile after ten matches. Their impressive 2-1 win at Trat ensured they moved to the top as PTT Rayong drew 1-1 at Siam Navy.
Singh Tarua moved to third with a comfortable 4-2 victory over Rayong FC while Bangkok FC won 2-1 at BBCU to sit two points behind Singh Tarua in fourth. Lee Tuck's 8th goal of the season saw the Englishman move to the top of the goalscoring charts.
At the bottom, Rayong FC and TTM are slowly being cut adrift with only five points each. They are five points from safety after Khon Kaen's 2-1 victory over Krabi yesterday.