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This weeks game see the Tigers face top of the mini league team Trat at the 700 years stadium on Saturday.

After the win last week in Bangkok against Honda the Tigers will have a renewed optimism that the play-offs may be back on track. In Bangkok last week the game was very tense with both teams not wanting to lose, the tigers got the break through from the penalty spot early in the first half. The game was not a great spectacle but the Tigers should have sealed victory with a 2 or 3 nil scoreline with some great chances in the second half. But the win was sealed and the Tigers moved above Honda in the league and are now in 4th 5 points behind Trat and Rayong and 3 behind Sisaket.

This weeks opponents are having a good time in the play-off league so far with 3 wins out of 4 and only Rayong Utd have beaten them so far. Trat only finished third in their regional league in the regular season behind Ayuthaya and Rayong Fc in the central and east league, so they were probably not expected to do as well as they have been doing in the past 4 games. The tiger will be looking to add to last weeks victory to get them in a better position for the promotion push, this game is the first of 2 against the joint leaders as Rayong Utd visit the 700 years the following saturday.

The game kicks off at 6pm and as always merchandise and refreshments will be available outside the ground. Chiang Mai FC English will be meeting at the Red Lion pub in town for anyone that needs a lift to and from the ground.


Chiang Mai Fans at Thai Honda


2 Responses so far.

  1. Derek Spencer says:

    CMFC need to play game until final whistle. Twice now in play offs they have fashioned a draw from the jaws of victory. Number 9 and his over the top celebrations after a goal cost what would have been a great victory.
    The action of Tiger supporters towards the referee after the game was appalling, the CM players could have played their part to diffuse the situation. I hope the club learn from this unfortunate episode.
    I remain a faithful supporter

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