Bangkok Glass 2-0 Samut Songkhram
Bangkok Utd 0-4 Army Utd
Chainat 1-0 Police Utd
Muangthong Utd 3-2 Ratchaburi
Pattaya Utd 4-3 Chonburi
Songkhla Utd 0-0 Buriram Utd
Suphanburi 2-1 Osotspa Saraburi
TOT 0-5 BEC Tero
Muanghtong clawed back another couple of points on leaders Buriram after they beat Ratchaburi 3-2 in a pulsating encounter. Teerasil's headed goal five minutes after the interval was the winning goal. A crowd of 17,416 at the Tinasulanon Stadium watched Songkhla hold Buriram to a 0-0 draw.
The battle for third took a surprising twist when Laksana's 93rd minute goal for Pattaya won a seven goal thriller against neighbours Chonburi. The loss for the Sharks let Suphanburi close to within one point of third spot after they beat Osotspa Saraburi 2-1. That win for Suphanburi brought the end to Osotspa's ten match unbeaten streak.
The Thai equivalent of the "can we play you every week?" chant must have been ringing around the Thai Japanese Stadium as Army trounced nearby Bangkok United 4-0. The win for Army completed a 10-0 aggregate score for their two meetings this season. I'm sure BEC Tero wouldn't mind playing TOT every week either after they smashed them 5-0. Cleiton Silva bagged a treble while recent capture Lucas Goncalves weighed in with a brace.
Elsewhere, Bangkok Glass beat Samut Songkhram 2-0 and Chainat ended a run of four straight defeats with a 1-0 win over Police United.
Air Force 3-0 Bangkok FC
Ayutthaya 1-2 Nakhon Ratchasima
BBCU 3-2 Singh Tarua
Nakhon Pathom Utd 1-2 TTM
PTT Rayong 1-2 Trat
Rayong Utd v Rayong FC
Saraburi 2-4 Krabi
Siam Navy 1-1 Phuket
Sriracha 1-0 Khon Kaen
Air Force returned to the summit of the table after beating Bangkok FC 3-0. It was a fiery contest which saw the referee flash his red card on four occasions. The 3-0 win was Air Force's biggest of the season and in time, it could prove to be their most important victory of the season.
The Blue Eagles joy was doubled when they found out that closest challengers PTT Rayong and Singh Tarua had lost. PTT's loss to Trat was their first of the season while Tarua will be glad to see the back of BBCU and in particular, Bouba Abbo, as the Pink Panthers completed the double over Khlong Toei's finest.
Nakhon Ratchasima also capitalised on the failings of the teams above them after they beat Ayutthaya 2-1. Yusuke Kato was yet again on the scoresheet helping the Swatcats close to within five points of Singh Tarua in third. They also climbed above Saraburi who lost 4-2 at home to Krabi.
That loss for Ayutthaya meant they dropped back into the relegation places. Sriracha moved above them and TTM's 2-0 win at Nakhon Pathom moved the hobo club four points clear of danger.
Only 712 souls attended the Rayong derby. Anybody leaving early would have missed Rayong FC's injury time leveller by Piroj. The point does them both little good as they both firmly remain in trouble. It's becoming increasingly likely that Siam Navy could be dropping into the regional leagues after they could only take a point at home to Phuket.