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Angels aim to knock Buriram from perch

Bangkok United’s Mahmoud Eid reacts after scoring against Pathum United.

Second-placed Bangkok United are looking forward to getting a result at leaders Buriram United in the Thai League 1 top-of-the-table clash at Chang Arena tomorrow.

The capital side sealed an impressive 2-0 win over BG Pathum United last week, thanks to goals from Vander Luis and Mahmoud Eid.

Champions Buriram, on the other hand, were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Khon Kaen United.

Bangkok United coach Aurelio Vidmar said yesterday last week’s win boosted his players’ confidence.

“We know Buriram are a top team in Thailand and the defending champions,” the Australian said. “But we are looking forward to the match. Our players now look confident after we beat…

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