“Tiger” is ready to arrange “Seiya”, spearheading the first match, the first leg 2 in the battle: Thai League 2 M-150 Championship Chiang Mai FC (11) – Ratchapracha Club (17) Sunday, January 9, 65
Time: 19.00 Field: Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium Live broadcast: AIS Play
“Tiger Lanna” Chiang Mai FC prepares to place Seiya Sugishita (SEIYA SUGISHITA) offensive line of the rising sun. is the main force in the front, the game of dealing with the Ratchapracha Club In the Thai Football League 2 on Sunday, January 9, 65 at 19.00 at the Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium, broadcast live via AIS Play, with 25% open access and a booth to sell products in front of the stadium. Ready to sell tickets and exchange wristbands at the ticket office in front of the stadium at 4 p.m. by home team fans The side without roof costs 70 baht, the side with the roof 100 baht, while the visiting team fans are 150 baht for every seat, while the CMFC year tickets can be exchanged for free entrance tickets.
Chiang Mai FC changed players at some point for the second leg, where the game against Rajapracha Club. This Sunday, it is expected that “Coach Bae” Pairoj Bowonwattanadilok, head coach “Phayak Lanna” will still stand on the ground of the same team members who are regularly used in the first leg, led by Seiya Sugishita (SEIYA SUGISHITA), a national striker. Japan, Evgeny Kabayev (EVGENY KABAEV) and Tawan Khotsupho, in the middle of the field are Somyot Pongsuwan and Pongrawit Chantawong.
However, this game “Tiger Lanna” may have a surprise by sending Patrick Gustavsson, a half-Swedish-Thai striker. The first field after being referred to practice with his teammates is completed. but may be listed as a backup As well as new players such as Sarawin Sangra, Nawamin Chaiprasert and Nattawut Namthip, while Dan Phaed Daeng like Kiatphon Udom will have to compete with Jaturong Samakorn.
Chaiyapruek Jirajin is the player who passed the ball with Chiang Mai FC’s most accurate 30 times in the first match. “Phayak Lanna” meets “Tradada” from a total of 36 passes, or accounted for 83%, while Supasak Sarapee is second, accounting for 71% after passing the ball successfully 27 times from 38 times.
Performance in the last 5 years: 2017 Chiang Mai FC T2, Ratchapracha Club T3
2018 Chiang Mai FC T2, Rajapracha Club T32019 Chiang Mai FC T1, Rajapracha Club T32020-21 Chiang Mai FC T2, Rajapracha Club T32021-22 Rajapracha Club 0-3 Chiang Mai FC