Port face tough challenge against Lamphun Warriors

Port face tough challenge against Lamphun Warriors

Port visit Lamphun Warriors while BG Pathum United travel to Trat as Thai League 1 action returns after two-week international break this weekend.

Rangsan Vivatchaichok's team will be desperate for a win today following draws in their last two matches but will face a tricky test against an in-form Lamphun side who won three of their last four matches.

Third-placed Port have no injury concerns with key players like Bordin Phala and Suphanan Bureerat fit to start the game.

Alexandre Gama's Lamphun also have no injury worries as Dennis Murillo and Mohammed Osman are both available for selection.

Fourth-placed BG Pathum are heavy favourites to take all three points as they visit bottom club Trat today.

The Rabbits will look to pick up where they left off following a 7-1 thrashing of Sukhothai before the international break.

Veteran striker Teerasil Dangda is back after shaking off an injury while midfielders Chanathip Songkrasin and Sarach Yooyen are available for selection as well.

Also today, Uthai Thani host second bottom PT Prachuap while fifth-placed Ratchaburi visit Sukhothai.

Leaders Buriram United, under new coach Jorginho, will welcome Chiang Rai United while second-placed Bangkok United host Chonburi tomorrow.

Muang Thong United host Police Tero and Khon Kaen face Nakhon Pathom.

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