Bangkok United aim to catapult to top with Ratchaburi win

Bangkok United aim to catapult to top with Ratchaburi win

Bangkok United's Vander Luiz.
Bangkok United's Vander Luiz.

In-form Bangkok United will be aiming to join Buriram United at the top of the Thai League 1 table when they visit Ratchaburi on Wednesday.

The match at Mitr Phol Stadium in Ratchaburi originally took place on Oct 3 but was suspended after 39 minutes due to unplayable conditions -- a result of a heavy downpour.

Wednesday's game at the same venue will start at the 39th minute.

Bangkok United sit second on 13 points after seven games. The Angels are three points behind leaders Buriram United who have played a game more.

The capital side have enjoyed a winning run with four successive victories.

Bangkok United are hoping to finally claim the title this season, having finished second in the league twice in 2016 and 2018.

Their attack is led by striker Heberty Fernandes and midfielder Vander Luiz, who scored the winner in their 1-0 victory over Chonburi at the weekend.



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