Muangthong United 1-0 Osotspa Samut Prakan

Chang FA Cup – Round of 16


Goals: [MTU] Cleiton (28′)

SCG Muangthong United edged out Osotspa Saraburi Samut Prakan in the FA Cup Round of 16 on Wednesday night. The lone goal came from Cleiton Silva by a long-range shot through the legs of an Osotspa defender. MTU’s opponent for the quaterfinal round will be drawn on August 20th, from a pool of: Buriram, Chonburi, Army, Police, Ratchburi, Chiangrai and Chainat.


Muangthong United 5-0 Bangkok Glass

Thai Premier League – Match 19

MTUTDvs.Bangkok Glass

Goals: [MTU] Cleiton (2′); Teerasil (8′); Mario (58′); Chananan (88′), (90′)

Things got out of hand quickly at SCG Stadium as Muangthong United brushed aside 3rd place Bangkok Glass with a 5 goal haul. 2 quick goals from Cletion and Teerasil put BG behind early, and a goal from Mario and 2 late goals from Chananan not only ensured Muangthong’s biggest victory this season, but also closed the goal differential gap between themselves and 1st place Buriram. It was the Red & Black’s first 5-0 victory since knocking Phuket FC out the FA Cup back in 2013, and their first 5-0 victory against a TPL opponent.

MTU remain in second place, tied on points and goal differential with the league leaders, but behind in total number of goals scored. They will host 9th place Osotspa Saraburi tomorrow night.


Preview: Muangthong United vs. Bangkok Glass

Thai Premier League – Match 19

Kick-off at SCG Stadium on Sunday, August 9th at 19:00. (Live on True4U)

SCG Muangthong United battle to keep pace at the top of the table with a match against Bangkok Glass on Sunday night. 1st place Buriram, 2nd place Muangthong, and 3rd place Bangkok Glass are all equal at 38 points going into Matchday 19. MTU and BGFC played to a scoreless draw at Leo Stadium earlier this season, and BG managed a scoreless draw away at Buriram last month. This could point to a tense match tonight at SCG Stadium.

Muangthong United come to this match after an exciting draw against the league leaders in Buriram. Bangkok Glass most recently won at home against 10th place Chiangrai United in strange game that saw a own goal from each side and a dive from Thanasit controversial penalty call in the 55th minute to eventually give BG the win.

Previous fixtures:

2015 TPL: BGFC 0-0 MTU

2014 FA Cup Quarterfinal: BGFC 2-1 MTU

2014 TPL: MTU 2-1 BGFC, BGFC 2-1 MTU

2013 TPL: MTU 1-0 BGFCBGFC 1-0 MTU

2012 TPL: MTU 2-2 BGFC, BGFC 1-2 MTU

2011 TPL: MTU 6-2 BGFCBGFC 0-0 MTU

2010 TPL: MTU 2-0 BGFC, BGFC 1-0 MTU

2009 TPL: MTU 1-0 BGFC, BGFC 1-0 MTU

Head to head: W: 6 / L: 5 / D: 3

League Rank:

Muangthong United: (TPL) – 2nd – 38 points (18 games played)

Bangkok Glass: (TPL) – 3rd – 38 points (18 game played)

Current Form:

Muangthong United: W/W/D/W/D

– Last Match: Buriram United 2-2 Muangthong United

Bangkok Glass: W/D/D/W/W

– Last Match: Bangkok Glass 3-2 Chiangrai United (Highlights)

Buriram United 2-2 Muangthong United

Thai Premier League – Match 18


Goals: [BRU] Thitiphan O.G. (61′), Diogo (77′) [MTU] Mario (16′), Cleiton (86′)

SCG Muangthong United return from Buriram with a point thanks to goals from Mario Durovski and Cleiton Silva. Mario put Muangthong ahead in just the 16th minute, heading in a cross from Teerasil. MTU held on to the lead into the second half, but an own goal from Thitiphan and a tap-in from Diogo had the hosts in the lead. In the dying minutes Thitiphan redeemed himself with a wonderful ball played in to Cleiton, who pulled the visitors level. It was the first time MTU have been able to score more than 1 goal against Buriram.

The draw means that 1st place Buriram, 2nd place Muangthong, and 3rd place Bangkok Glass are all equal at 38 points, with Chonburi trailing in 4th place with 33 points.


Preview: Buriram United vs. Muangthong United

Thai Premier League – Match 18

Kick-off at New I-Mobile Stadium on Saturday, August 1st at 19:00. (Live – TrueSport HD3)

2nd place SCG Muangthong United have a chance to take their fate into their own hands tonight with a match against 1st place Buriram United. The teams are equal at 37 points, with Buriram ahead on goal differential. Muangthong can move into the top spot with a win, but they’ll have to break a number streaks to do it. Buriram are undefeated this season, Buriram have never lost to MTU, and Buriram are undefeated at home in 44 matches. A tall order, but Muangthong are presented with a chance to break all of them in a single shot.

Buriram come to this match after narrowly avoiding a home loss last weekend. BEC Tero were leading 1-3 before Diogo scored 2 late goals for the draw.

Previous Fixtures:

TPL 2015: MTU 1-1 BRU

2014 Toyota League Cup: MTU 0-1 BRU, BRU 0-0 MTU

TPL 2014: MTU 0-1 BRUBRU 0-0 MTU

Kor Royal Cup 2014: BRU 1-0 MTU

FA Cup 2013: MTU 0-1 BRU

TPL 2013: MTU 1-2 BRUBRU 1-1 MTU

Kor Royal Cup 2013: MTU 0-2 BRU

TPL 2012: MTU 1-1 BRUBRU 1-1 MTU

Thai F.A. Cup 2011: MTU 0-1 BR (a.e.t.)

TPL 2011: MTU 0-0 BRBR 1-0 MTU

TPL 2010: MTU 0-0 BR, BR 1-0 MTU

Head-to-head: W: 0 / L: 9 / D: 8

League Rank:

Muangthong United: 2nd – 37 points (17 games played)

Buriram United: 1st – 37 points (17 games played)

Current Form:

Muangthong United: W/W/W/D/W

– Last Match: Muangthong United 2-0 Saraburi FC

Buriram United: W/D/D/W/D

– Last Match: Buriram United 3-3 BEC Tero Sasana (Highlights)


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