Wednesday, December 29, 2010
It was also an interesting encounter because Buriram are linked with Buriram PEA and FC Phuket are linked with Muangthong Thing United.
Muangthong and Buriram PEA are the two main rivals in the Thai Premier League and a number of players on show were loaned out from these clubs.
In the end it was Buriram who prevailed after scoring the only goal of the game.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Friday, December 24, 2010
FC Phuket have a better head to head record and I am under the impression (although not 100% confirmed) that head to head takes precedence over goal difference.
If this is the case than, due to FC Phuket's superior head to head record against Rayong, a point would guarantee second spot in the group.
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
They are only a point behind the visitors Rayong and a win would leave FC Phuket in prime position to qualify whereas a loss could effectively end their prospects of promotion to Division One, depending on whether Chainat also win.
Arjan Songsamssub’s side have been imperious in front of their home fans this season and six points from the remaining two home game will be enough to secure promotion to Division One.
The club stand at something of a crossroads and if they fail to gain promotion Songsamssub, who has transformed the team’s fortunes, is likely to leave for new pastures. The players have demonstrated that they are far too good to remain in the regional divisions and star performers such as midfielder Diarra Ali will probably move on if FC Phuket do not gain promotion.
The match is scheduled to take place at the Surakul Stadium, kick off 6pm with tickets available for as little as 50 Baht.
League table courtesy of Thai League Football
Sunday, December 12, 2010
The top two teams are promoted meaning that if FC Phuket can win their last two games which are at home to Rayong and Samut Prakarn they will definitely make it into division one.