Thailand Premier League Fixtures - 5th July
Krung Thai Bank 1 V 1 Coke Bangpra
Bangkok Bank 0 V 0 TOT
Samut Songkhram 0 V 0 Provincal Electricity Authority
Royal Thai Army 1 V 2 Nakhon Pathom
Bangkok University 1 V 0 BEC Tero Sasana
Chonburi FC 4 V 1 Chula-Sinthana
Division 2 Group B - 5th July
61 Si Saket FC 5 V 1 Airforce Training College FC
62 Bangkok Bravo FC 1 V 0 Bangkok North Central ASSN FC
63 Marine College FC 2 V 2 Lop Buri
64 Bangkok Christian College FC 4 V 3 Kasem Bundit University FC
It's approaching the middle of the campaign in the Premier League. Who really look's like they want to win it?
Chonburi had a morale boasting victory today with their biggest result of the season, whilst BEC once again wobbled and got beat in games they really should win if they want to be crowned champions.
Nakhon Pathom got a much needed victory today, a first in a while and a game that was a true 6-point. The Army were starting to gain a bit of momentum, but after this defeat they will be devastated. They have to pick themselves up again for next Wednesday in what is now becoming a congested fixture list for them.
Finally, in Division 2, Bangkok Bravo picked up their first victory, will they start to raise up the table, i doubt it, but it's possible they could have a good second half of the season.
Si Saket get a worthy mention after thumping the Airforce Training College 5-1 and moves them up to second in the table, could they gain promotion this year?
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