Friday, March 06, 2009


A Full House

This weekend sees action in all four countires covered by this ere blog for the first time since the last time it happened. Which wasn't this year.

Indonesia has ISL action and Persija are in with a chance of going second. All they have to do is beat Persiba in Balikpapan. Easier said than done, Persiba have an impressive home record and defeated Persela last time out 1-0. They have been looking useful recently with Adrian Trinidad returning to his former club and Musafry back among the goals.

Persija go into the game short up front. Bambang, Fabio, Aliyudin and Melky Pelky are all unavailable. Coach Danurwindo could be forced to go with Greg Nwokolo and Agus Indra Kurniawan.

A few days later thay have to meet again in the Copa!

PKT play Persela and Deltras host fellow strugglers PSIS tomorrow. On Sunday PSM are at home to Pelita Jaya while Arema have Persiwa at home and on Monday leaders Persipura take on Persik.

In Singapore Gombak United look to continue their 100% start to the season when they take on Albirex Niigata at Jalan Besar tonight. Victory would put them level on points with leaders SAF though coach Darren Stewart will be hoping for something other than a 1-0. Or maybe not.

DPMM take on Woodlands on Sunday in Brunei and after a bumper 5,000 + crowd for their first game mid week there is much hope that more fans will turn up for this game.

Malaysia FA Cup action takes centre stage. My Team have a tricky task going to high flyers Kelantan knowing they have to score to go through. It was 1-1 in the first leg.

Selangor host Perak at the Shah Alam Stadium with a slight advantage having won the first leg 2-1. In other games Negeri Sembilan take on MPL side T Team leading 1-0 and Perlis have a similar narrow lead over Harimau Muda.

Oh, and the Thai Premier League kicks off tomorrow with many eyes on newcomers Muang Thong United and Pattaya United. Sorry, don't have the fixtures with me at the moment.

UPDATE - Thanks to Dale for providing tomorrow's TPL games


PEA - Osotsapa M150
Chonburi FC - BEC Tero Sasana
Bangkok Glass FC - TOT
Samut Songkram - Chula United


Bangkok United - Nakornpatom

Pattaya United - Sriracha
Muang Thong - Nong Chok United- Port Authority F.C.
Rajanavy Rayong - TTM Samutsakon

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