Bangkok United will look to their in-form front three as they bid to beat Buriram United for the first time since 2014 on Thai League (T1) Matchday 28.
Nattawut Suksum, Heberty Fernandes and Vander Luiz have been key players in an impressive second half of the season for the Bangkok Angels, though Buriram are also finishing strongly.
Suphanburi have it all to do in their relegation battle as they host BG Pathum United and Ratchaburi aim to extend their unbeaten run to seven matches they face Port FC at the Mitr Phol Stadium.
Buriram United (2nd) Vs Bangkok United (4th)
Previous meeting: Bangkok United 1-2 Buriram United
- Just one defeat in 14 matches
- Last four defeats have all been at home
- Last time they finished season outside Top Two was 2016
- Just one defeat in 12 matches
- Previous three draws were away at Chiangrai Utd, BG and Port
- Nattawut (11) and Heberty (14) both in double figures for the season
Suphanburi (14th) Vs BG Pathum United (1st)
Previous meeting: BG Pathum United 4-0 Suphanburi
- On a five-match losing streak and have lost 13 of last 15 matches
- Leandro Assumpcao and Herlison Caion both have 10 goals this season but have just one goal between them in the last five games.
- Despite conceding fewer goals than Samut Prakan City and just two more than Muangthong United, Suphanburi sit 18 points behind those sides.
BG Pathum United
- Have recorded six clean sheets in a row
- Still unbeaten in T1 this season
- Their last three matches have featured just two goals – both scored by Pathompol Charoenrattanapirom
Ratchaburi (6th) Vs Port FC (3rd)
Previous meeting: Port FC 3-1 Ratchaburi
- Unbeaten in six T1 matches since a run of six defeats in eight
- They have conceded just three goals (two of them penalties) in that six-game run
- Philip Roller has scored three goals in last two games
- Unbeaten in five matches since a run of four defeats in five games effectively ended their title bid
- Port’s former Ratchaburi striker Yannick Boli is one of three Port players in double digits for goals this season. The others are Sergio Suarez and Adisak Kraisorn
- Port are T1’s top scoring side with 56 goals
Nakhon Ratchasima (9th) Vs Trat FC (15th)
Previous meeting: Trat FC 3-4 Nakhon Ratchasima
- Head coach Teerasak Po-on extended his contract with the club this week
- The 4-3 victory at Trat in December triggered a six-match winning run that transformed their season
- Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at BG Pathum United means they have won just two of the last eight matches
- Relegation to T2 was confirmed following defeat to Prachuap on Saturday
- Have won just once since T1 resumed in February
- They have failed to score in six of their last nine matches