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January, 17 2014 08:20:00

Ha Noi T&T look to build on good start to the season

Ha Noi T&T are looking to retain top spot in the V-League today in Pleiku City where they will face Hoang Anh Gia Lai.— Photo thethaovanhoa

Ha Noi (VNS) — Ha Noi T&T are looking to retain top spot in the V-League today in Pleiku City where they will face Hoang Anh Gia Lai.

T&T are in good spirits after enjoying a perfect start to the season by thrashing Becamex Binh Duong 4-2 in the opening round last weekend.

Gia Lai, who finished third last season, certainly have the ability to trouble the defending champions, and will be going into the match fresh having sat out the first round of games last week.

The V-League has an odd number of teams this year, so one club will be rested each round.

In the early game, Ninh Binh are favourites to record their first win of the season against Quang Ninh at home. — VNS

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