Top teams to change after 12th round

Viet Nam News

HÀ N?I — It’s tight at the top of the V.League 1, with four teams leading the way on 19 points and a various changes at the top likely after the 12th round of matches this weekend.


Champions Hà N?i FC currently lead the table, but are followed closely by FLC Thanh Hóa, Qu?ng Nam FC, and Sanna Khánh Hòa BVN, who have the same points but standing inferior goal difference.


Hà N?i face a tought task tomorrow as they travel to face Khánh Hòa.


Hà N?i have also played four matches in Group G of the AFC Cup 2017. They beat Tampines Rovers 2-1 on April 4 to top the group; however the extra fixtures may work against the capital side in the league.


Coach Võ Ðình Tân of Khánh Hóa said he will use Hà N?i’s disadvantages to earn three points in the match.


In other fixtures, FLC Thanh  Hóa will visit Pleiku Stadium in the Central Highlands Province of Gia Lai as they meet Hoàng Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) today.


Thanh Hóa will not key players like Nguy?n Tr?ng Hoàng and Ngô Hoàng Th?nh who are injured.


Coach Ljupko Petrovic of Thanh Hóa will also miss the match as he has been suspended for two matches after arguing with a referee’s decision in a match against Hà N?i FC at Hàng Ð?y Stadium on March 19.


Petrovic will also be in the stands for his side’s game against Sài Gòn FC on April 15.


After having lost in the AFC Cup, Qu?ng Ninh Coal will focus on domestic matters. They face basement dwellers Long An, giving the northern side a good opportunity to improve their ranking of sixth.


Elsewhere, Ðà N?ng face Becamex Bình Duong, H?i Phòng take on C?n Tho and Sông Lam Ngh? An play HCM City. — VNS


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