Bangkok Glass 0-0 Chonburi
Suphanburi 0-0 Ratchaburi
TOT 0-3 Pattaya Utd
TOT suffered their seventh straight defeat as Pattaya United netted three times after the break. An own goal in the 47th minute give the Dolphins the lead before Efe Obode and Phanuwat netted from close range. The win for Pattaya moves them into 16th place above Chiang Rai United.
The other two matches ended goalless. A bumper crowd of 17,250 were in attendance to watch Suphanburi and Ratchaburi. The home side had the best chances but they couldn't find the target as the Suphanblood have now seen their favorites go three matches without a goal. It was also a stalemate at the Leo Stadium between Bangkok Glass and Chonburi. Chakrit should have netted for Chonburi in the second half but he somehow failed to hit the target with an empty net beckoning.
BBCU 1-0 Nakhon Ratchasima
Khon Kaen 3-2 Rayong FC
Rayong Utd 1-2 Bangkok FC
Saraburi 3-0 TTM
Trat 3-2 Nakhon Pathom Utd
Late goals were to have varying consequences for the sides involved in the promotion race. Bangkok FC had to come from behind as they beat Rayong Utd 2-1. Tuck and Watson were yet again the goal scorers for the Bang Mod side. The win moves the Iron Bulls back into third place.
Natthikorn's 85th minute goal inflicted Korat's first defeat in six and consequently dropped them seven points off the promotion places.
Saraburi got back to winning ways with a comfortable 3-0 victory over TTM. Errol Stevens grabbed a double and Bernard Henri netted a fine solo goal for the Red Knights.
If Khon Kaen stay up, they'll be thankful for the goals of Matias Recio. The big man scored two more yesterday in his side's 3-2 win over Rayong FC. The game between Trat and Nakhon Pathom also finished with the same scoreline. Rattaporn scored twice for Trat while Nakhon Pathom's Leslie Ablorh was ordered off inbetween Rattaporn's goals.