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THAI PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Muangthong 3 0 0 9
2 Buriram 2 1 0 7
3 Chiangrai Un 2 0 0 6
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 By Paul Murphy

Adisak strikes for Muang Thong ahead of ACL clash with Kashima Antlers

Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Thailand's future after winning their record fifth AFF Cup.
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Thailand international striker Adisak Kraisorn hadn't scored at club level since August of last year.

Muang Thong United striker Adisak Kraisorn grabbed the winning goal to end six months of injury hell as the jet-lagged champions warmed up for Tuesday's AFC Champions League (ACL) clash at home to Kashima Antlers with a 1-0 victory at BEC Tero Sasana in the Thai League (T1).

Adisak had not scored since netting the winner in a 1-0 victory at Suphanburi on Aug. 14 last year. The Thai international found himself sidelined for the domestic run-in, and World Cup qualifiers against the likes of Japan...

Muangthong hold Brisbane Roar to draw in AFC Champions League

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A depleted Brisbane Roar have kicked off their AFC Champions League campaign with a scoreless draw against Muangthong United at Suncorp Stadium.

It's a result they'll probably take in the circumstances with a raft of key players missing. They had to rely on a string of strong saves from Jamie Young on Tuesday night to keep the Thai Premier League champions at bay.

Skipper Matt McKay (broken nose), Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) and Luke DeVere were all ruled out as coach John Aloisi called on a number...

 By Paul Murphy

Sergio Suarez upstages Charyl Chappuis in Port FC comeback

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Sergio Suarez and Port FC took advantage in the second half after Suphanburi were reduced to 10 men.

Spain's Sergio Suarez settled a thrilling contest as Port FC moved into joint sixth place in the Thai League (T1) table after beating Charyl Chappuis' 10-man Suphanburi 3-2 in Bangkok.

The former Las Palmas midfielder performed a starring role as the newly promoted Port Lions took advantage of Adul Lahso's red card to turn a 2-1 half-time deficit into a victory.

Chiang Rai United and champions Muang Thong United stay at top of the table, alongside the increasingly impressive Ubon UMT United, who...