TPLChainat 3-1 Bangkok Glass
Osotspa Saraburi 2-1 Army Utd
Police Utd 0-0 Ratchaburi
Samut Songkhram 2-1 Chonburi
The Chonburi faithful must be feeling a strange sensation of deja vu after they watched their side lose in waterlogged conditions at Samut Songkhram for the second successive season. A Gilbert Koomson penalty followed by a fine individual goal had the game wrapped up before Anderson found a late consolation.
If the Chonburi faithful are feeling down in the dumps, then spare a thought for the Army fans who must have been reaching for the whisky bottle after they conceded two late goals in Saraburi. Chainarong gave Army an early lead before Suradech levelled on the stroke of full time. The double whammy was inflicted in the 95th minute when Kapfah netted to give Osotspa's new coach his first win.
It was a wet evening in Chainat, but the locals weren't complaining as they earned an impressive 3-1 win over Bangkok Glass. Goals from Jagdeosingh, Jo Tae Keun and Puwadol helped the Hornbills come from behind to win 3-1.
In the final match, Police and Ratchaburi shared the spoils with neither side able to break the deadlock.
Division 1BBCU 0-0 Saraburi
Khon Kaen 2-0 Air Force
PTT Rayong 1-0 Nakhon Ratchasima
Rayong Utd 0-1 Phuket
Sriracha 2-5 Trat
Air Force's 16 game unbeaten start to the season finally came to an end when the lost 2-0 at Khon Kaen. Matias Recio's 9th and 10th goals of the season shortly before the break won it for the T-Rex. The only side left unbeaten in the first division are PTT Rayong who edged out Nakhon Ratchasima 1-0.
Sriracha raced into an early 2-0 lead over Trat, but they were then on the receiving end of five goals as Trat hit back to win 5-2. The Blue Marlins are now firmly in big trouble down the bottom of the table.
BBCU and Saraburi's 0-0 draw barely merits a mention while Phuket's 1-0 win at Rayong United moved them up to 5th place.