Thai League 1 leaders BG Pathum United face a tough test at surprise package Sukhothai tomorrow.
While Pathum are the only unbeaten team this season, Sukhothai have not lost in six consecutive matches.
Normally a relegation contender, Sukhothai are now joint second, along with defending champions Chiang Rai United and Ratchaburi.
The high-flying Fire Bats are looking forward to beating the leaders.
“Our players are in confident mood and we expect to get three points,” Sukhothai coach Surapong Kongthep said.
Pathum dropped their first points in seven games last week when they were held to a 2-2 home draw by Samut Prakan.
But coach Dusit Chalermsan said the stalemate would not affect his players’ morale.
“We are still in a good position and our players have not lost their…