04.07.2010 BEC Tero Sasana 2:2 TTM Phichit
Two teams yet to get going in the TPL this year. Both good enough to avoid the drop. In my opinion, they both need to be looking to build for next season and have a push to enter the big four.
04.07.2010 Chonburi 0:0 Osotspa Saraburi
I've always seen Osotspa as a tricky team for the big boys. And they have found form in recent weeks so it's not a surprise that they can pull out a resutl like this. Chonburi on the other hand will see this as points dropped
04.07.2010 Rajnavy Rayong 2:1 Royal Thai Army
Possibly the biggest match of the weekend. Two sides in big trouble. The Navy manage to keep a bit of distance from the drop zone with this result. The Army do look like they are heading straight back down.
04.07.2010 Samut Songkhram 0:2 Bangkok United
Massive 3 points for Bkk today. It keep them within distance of the sides just above the drop zone. Samut can't relax just yet. More results like this and they will b sucked in.
03.07.2010 Muang Thong United 4:0 TOT
Was this the big weekend derby game in Thailand? Greg over on the Muang blog will tell you not. It does appear that Muang have hit a bit of form. They went through a bad little spell but have now come out on top at the midway stage of the TPL. Can they defend their championship? On this form, yes.
03.07.2010 Police United 1:1 Buriram PEA
Not surprised to see PEA drop points in this game. It has just proved that the TPL is a two horse race this year.
03.07.2010 Thai Port 2:1 Bangkok Glass
TP have hit some form. After a poor start to the season, the top four does now look a dead cert. Bkk Glass again fail to deliver. Just when you thought they had turned a corner.
03.07.2010 Sisaket 1:1 Pattaya United
Sisaket are picking up points, but they do need to start turning them into 3 points on a more regular basis. I do feel that their home form is key in keeping them in the TPL. Pattaya, after a good season so far, will see this as points dropped.
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