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FOCUS ON TTM CUSTOMS.
Untitled copyOur next opponents, on Saturday 30th August, are TTM Customs, currently 10th in Division 1 (five points fewer than CMFC). Their last result was a home defeat against a top half team, narrowily losing by 3-2 against BBCU. In the reverse fixture against CMFC, they won that by 3-2. Let’s look at some key facts about TTM Customs:

1. TTM Customs have had a very ‘mixed’ season, so far. They have performed well against the top teams in their home games, and poorly away from home, and they have performed poorly at home against the weaker teams, but a very good record away from home. They have yet to register a win, away from home, against a Top team.

2. TTM have scored 33 goals in their 27 matches, but their top scorer, only has 5 goals. So unlike most other teams that CMFC have been playing this season, it is hard to know which player is going to score goals for TTM. Six of their goals came in one match, when they beat Ayutthaya by 6-2, but both Bangkok FC and Nakhon Ratchasima have put 4 goals past them, when TTM played away from home, earlier in the season.

3. Some may remember that TTM played in Chiang Mai, for one season, 2 years ago, as a Premier League team. They were known as TTM (Thailand Tobacco Monopoly) Chiang Mai, but they only managed to win 2 games in 2012, and were relegated from the TPL that season. They were a poorly supported team in Chiang Mai, with less than 500 people going to watch them play at the 700 year stadium each week. They were founded in 1963 and have hit the high of being TPL champions in 2005. I would refer to them as being the ‘nomads’ of Thai football.

CONCLUSION

Chiang Mai FC have been unlucky in their last 2 games, losing out on 4 points, but now have a chance to put things right, against TTM. There were a few new faces in the CMFC team that played against Pattaya, and team selection will again be important against TTM.

PREDICTION

A 2-0 win for CMFC.

SOURCE

Chiang Mai FC English Fanzine Statistician (August 2014).

Photo: FOCUS ON TTM CUSTOMS.</p>
<p>Our next opponents, on Saturday 30th August, are TTM Customs, currently 10th in Division 1 (five points fewer than CMFC). Their last result was a home defeat against a top half team, narrowily losing by 3-2 against BBCU. In the reverse fixture against CMFC, they won that by 3-2. Let’s look at some key facts about TTM Customs:</p>
<p>1. TTM Customs have had a very ‘mixed’ season, so far. They have performed well against the top teams in their home games, and poorly away from home, and they have performed poorly at home against the weaker teams, but a very good record away from home. They have yet to register a win, away from home, against a Top team.</p>
<p>2. TTM have scored 33 goals in their 27 matches, but their top scorer, only has 5 goals. So unlike most other teams that CMFC have been playing this season, it is hard to know which player is going to score goals for TTM. Six of their goals came in one match, when they beat Ayutthaya by 6-2, but both Bangkok FC and Nakhon Ratchasima have put 4 goals past them, when TTM played away from home, earlier in the season. </p>
<p>3. Some may remember that TTM played in Chiang Mai, for one season, 2 years ago, as a Premier League team. They were known as TTM (Thailand Tobacco Monopoly) Chiang Mai, but they only managed to win 2 games in 2012, and were relegated from the TPL that season. They were a poorly supported team in Chiang Mai, with less than 500 people going to watch them play at the 700 year stadium each week. They were founded in 1963 and have hit the high of being TPL champions in 2005. I would refer to them as being the ‘nomads’ of Thai football.</p>
<p>CONCLUSION</p>
<p>Chiang Mai FC have been unlucky in their last 2 games, losing out on 4 points, but now have a chance to put things right, against TTM. There were a few new faces in the CMFC team that played against Pattaya, and team selection will again be important against TTM.</p>
<p>PREDICTION</p>
<p>A 2-0 win for CMFC.</p>
<p>SOURCE</p>
<p>Chiang Mai FC English Fanzine Statistician (August 2014).

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