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NEXT MATCH FOCUS PHUKET FC
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Our next ‘away’ opponents, on Saturday 9th August, are Phuket FC, currently in 12th position in Division 1, six points fewer than CMFC. They achieved a very good 2-2 draw, against Bangkok FC, in their last match.Let’s look at some key facts about Phuket FC:

1. Phuket FC have proved themselves to be much stronger playing at ‘home’, than ‘away’. They have won 7 matches at home, but only 1 away from the Surakul stadium, this season. However, their recent home form has been poor, losing recently to Saraburi, BBCU and Krabi. Against Saraburi, they were leading 4-3, going into injury time, and conceded two late goals, to go down 5-4. At the 700 year stadium, CMFC won 2-1.

2. There are several players from Phuket worth noting : Wasan Natasin is their captain (No 9) and he is a striker, with 7 goals this season (ex Bangkok Glass and Chiang Rai United). Ney Fabiano (No 11) is also a striker (Brazilian, ex Bangkok Glass, Chonburi and Suphanburi), with 6 goals this season. A new player, joining from Trat, is Kendall Jagdeosingh (Trinidad striker), with 8 goals this season. Other players to note are Yasure Sato (No36) (Japan defender) and Eber (No 23) (Brazil midfielder). So there is no lack of fire power, and defensive qualities too.

3. They play in green, which, in my opinion, is not a lucky colour for football teams. The former chairman of Phuket FC once said that the green clad fans, looked like a sea of mushy peas. Hence the expression : W.A.M.P. (We Are Mushy Peas).

4. Their highest place finish in Division 1 was 9th, in the 2011 season. They were founded only in 2009. Refer here for more :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phuket_F.C.

CONCLUSION
Chiang Mai FC have not played great away from home this season, and Phuket have been best when playing at home. However, a run of good form by CMFC, and recent poor home form from Phuket, suggests a very close match on Saturday.

PREDICTION
A 2-1 win for CMFC might be possible, but a 1-1 draw is also very likely.

SOURCE
Chiang Mai FC English Fanzine Statistician (August 2014).

Photo: NEXT MATCH FOCUS PHUKET FC

Our next ‘away’ opponents, on Saturday 9th August, are Phuket FC, currently in 12th position in Division 1, six points fewer than CMFC. They achieved a very good 2-2 draw, against Bangkok FC, in their last match. Let’s look at some key facts about Phuket FC:

1. Phuket FC have proved themselves to be much stronger playing at ‘home’, than ‘away’. They have won 7 matches at home, but only 1 away from the Surakul stadium, this season. However, their recent home form has been poor, losing recently to Saraburi, BBCU and Krabi. Against Saraburi, they were leading 4-3, going into injury time, and conceded two late goals, to go down 5-4. At the 700 year stadium, CMFC won 2-1.

2. There are several players from Phuket worth noting : Wasan Natasin is their captain (No 9) and he is a striker, with 7 goals this season (ex Bangkok Glass and Chiang Rai United). Ney Fabiano (No 11) is also a striker (Brazilian, ex Bangkok Glass, Chonburi and Suphanburi), with 6 goals this season.  A new player, joining from Trat, is  Kendall Jagdeosingh (Trinidad striker), with 8 goals this season. Other players to note are Yasure Sato (No36) (Japan defender) and Eber (No 23) (Brazil midfielder). So there is no lack of fire power, and defensive qualities too.

3. They play in green, which, in my opinion, is not a lucky colour for football teams. The former chairman of Phuket FC once said that the green clad fans, looked like a sea of mushy peas. Hence the expression : W.A.M.P. (We Are Mushy Peas).

4. Their highest place finish in Division 1 was 9th, in the 2011 season. They were founded only in 2009. Refer here for more : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phuket_F.C.

CONCLUSION
Chiang Mai FC have not played great away from home this season, and Phuket have been best when playing at home. However, a run of good form by CMFC, and recent poor home form from Phuket, suggests a very close match on Saturday. 

PREDICTION
A 2-1 win for CMFC might be possible, but a 1-1 draw is also very likely.

SOURCE
Chiang Mai FC English Fanzine Statistician (August 2014).

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