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Police hope to come out on top as struggling sides clash

Poilice Tero players take part in a training session.

Police Tero hope to claim three points from their Thai League 1 home game against struggling Nongbua Pitchaya on Friday.

The match will be played at Boonyajinda Stadium and will kick off at 7pm.

The Fire Dragons are currently ranked eighth with 12 points from 10 matches, while Nongbua Pitchaya are pinned to the foot of the table with only four points.

Police Tero coach Rangsan Viwatchaichok told a pre-match news conference yesterday that his team were ready to go all out for a win at their home ground.

“We are lucky that we don’t have any suspended players and will have Sorawit Panthong back from injury as well, so we are ready for the game.

“We are eight points ahead of…

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