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March, 28 2014 08:46:12

V-League strugglers desperate to claim vital three points

NINH BINH (VNS )- Vissai Ninh Binh and Hung Vuong An Giang, who are out-of-form and hungry for points to improve their position, will square off today in the 10th-round match of the V-League.

Ninh Binh have not won since their 3-1 victory over Ha Noi T&T in January, drawing two and losing two in the last four rounds, and are fast falling back to the bottom of the table.

Their opponent and the home team are in an even worse predicament, having lost six games in a row and remain rooted to the bottom since the beginning of the season.

Defending champions Ha Noi T&T will play away against Dong Tam Long An and a win will put the capital-based team in the second place. — VNS


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