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Buriram To Meet Bangkok Glass In League Cup Semi-Final

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Buriram To Meet Bangkok Glass In League Cup Semi-Final

Buriram will meet Bangkok Glass in the League Cup semi-final on Wednesday, September 19, 7pm at the Boonyachinda Stadium (Police Tero) in Bangkok. The FA Cup semi-final is on Wednesday, September 26. Draw not yet made.

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Buriram Ease Into League Cup Semi-Finals With 4-1 Win Over Ubon

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Buriram Ease Into League Cup Semi-Finals With 4-1 Win Over Ubon

Buriram survived a nervy opening before they settled the tie with three second-half goals. They fell behind with a freak Pansa own-goal but Patino scored his first goal since his return to level things up. The home side dominated the second-half with Diogo again in imperious form. Two more goals for the Brazilian along with…

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Thai League 1 Round-Up and Table

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Thai League 1 Round-Up and Table

Thai Port fought back to draw 2-2 with leaders Buriram after Diogo had given them a 2-0 lead. Bangkok United were held 0-0 at Nakhon Ratchasima and Suphanburi drew 1-1 at home to Muang Thong. Police Tero scored a late winner at Ubon in a 2-1 victory and Chiang Rai were held 1-1 at home…

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Buriram Let Two Goal Lead Slip But Are Not Helped By Referee At Thai Port

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Buriram Let Two Goal Lead Slip But Are Not Helped By Referee At Thai Port

Buriram had to settle for a point in an entertaining 2-2 draw at Thai Port after leading 2-0. However, a dreadful decision by the referee and slack defending allowed the home side back into the game. The champions still had enough chances to win easily but a combination of poor finishing and bad luck saw…

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Buriram Stroll Into FA Cup Semi-Finals With 3-1 Victory At Thai Port

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Buriram Stroll Into FA Cup Semi-Finals With 3-1 Victory At Thai Port

Buriram eased into the FA Cup Semi-finals with a comfortable 3-1 victory at Thai Port. They were helped by two defensive howlers in the first-half which gave them a 3-0 interval lead. Although Port pulled a goal back, Buriram never really looked to be in danger of a home side comeback. After a steady opening,…

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Buriram Struggle Once Again To Kill-Off A Struggling Side With A 2-1 Victory Over Suphanburi

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Buriram Struggle Once Again To Kill-Off A Struggling Side With A  2-1 Victory Over Suphanburi

Buriram managed to emerge with three points from a dreadful game at home to relegation-threatened Suphanburi. Both sides were guilty of giving away far too many unnecessary free-kicks, though the visitors like most before them, made Diogo a target. There was simply no flow to the game as the referee’s whistle became monotonous and to…

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Buriram Do It The Hard Way…..Again Against Nakhon Pathom !!!

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Buriram Do It The Hard Way…..Again Against Nakhon Pathom !!!

Buriram made heavy weather of seeing off Division 4 minnows Nakhon Pathom with Supachok’s extra-time strike giving the champions a 2-1 victory. It was a very disappointing performance by Buriram who lacked any kind of game plan and they appeared to think that simply turning up would be sufficient. Diogo was quite rightly rested but…

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Thai League 1 Round-Up And Table

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Thai League 1 Round-Up And Table

Buriram restored their nine point lead at the top with a 2-0 victory at Chonburi in an exciting encounter. Superb first-half goals by Diogo and Jakkaphan did the damage. Second-placed Bangkok United had a narrow 2-1 win at Chiang Rai and Thai Port won a close home game against Police Tero 1-0. Muang Thong fans…

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Buriram Take The Honours In Thriller At Chonburi

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Buriram Take The Honours In Thriller At Chonburi

Buriram took a major step to retaining their title with a 2-0 victory at Chonburi . It was a breathtaking end-to-end encounter played at a furious pace. Both sides went for all-out attack and it’s remarkable that only two goals were scored. There were misses, great saves, hitting the woodwork, the game had everything in…

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Prosecutions To Go Ahead In Thai League 1 Match Fixing Scandal

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Prosecutions To Go Ahead In Thai League 1 Match Fixing Scandal

Public prosecutors decided on Monday to press ahead with match fixing charges against 15 people including referees, players and investors who they say manipulated results in the Toyota Thai Football League 1 in the 2017 season. All defendants deny the charges. Eight are players from two teams – Navy FC and Sisaket FC. Five are…

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