Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Matchday 5 Fixtures


Army Utd v Songkhla Utd
Osotspa Saraburi v TOT
Sisaket v Police
Suphanburi v Chiang Rai Utd
Buriram Utd v PTT Rayong
Chonburi v Bangkok Glass
Muangthong v Ratchaburi
Singh Tarua v Samut Songkhram
Air Force v BEC Tero
Bangkok Utd v Chainat

Some stats after four matches:
  • Muangthong, BEC Tero, Ratchaburi, Singh Tarua and Chonburi are all unbeaten
  • Samut Songkhram, Songkhla and Air Force have yet to taste victory
  • Muangthong are the highest goal scorers and they have the equal tightest defence. Songkhla hold the opposite record. 
  • Games involving Police have produced the most goals with 16 in total.  Osotspa has the least with only 7
  • Leandro Luz tops the goalscorers list and has scored every one of Singh Tarua's six goals.
  • The highest attendance to date is 22,834 for Buriram v Ratchaburi. The stadium with the biggest capacity produced the smallest with 1,334 turning up for Osotspa v Bangkok United.

Division 1

Pattaya Utd v TTM
Roi Et Utd v Bangkok FC
Saraburi v BBCU
Ang Thong v Krabi
Ayutthaya v Khon Kaen
Phuket v Sriracha
Siam Navy v Trat
Phitsanulok v Chiang Mai
Nakhon Ratchasima v Nakhon Pathom Utd

  • Six sides remain undefeated in Division 1. They are TTM, Nakhon Ratchasima, BBCU, Saraburi, Chiang Mai and Phitsanulok.
  • Phitsanulok have also failed to win a game after four successive draws. Other sides yet to gather maximum points are Khon Kaen, Sriracha and Pattaya. In fact the latter two have yet to collect a single point.
  • BBCU are the highest scores in the league with 9 and they also have the top scorer in Julius Oiboh.
  • BBCU games have produced a high of 15 goals while Phuket matches have only mustered 4.
  • Pattaya have the worst defensive record and they are the lowest scorers. Christiano Lopes has scored both of them.
  • 11,385 for Nakhon Ratchasima and Chiang Mai is the most spectators to watch a first division match while 450 at Sriracha v Ayutthaya is the least.
Please note that all fixtures will be played on Wednesday 26 March.

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