Toyota Thailand Premier League Week 4 - MTUTD and Songhkla.
Three time champions Muangthong United are the favourites heading into this Saturday fixture. Currently top of the table, the Quilins are wanting to bounce back after their 1-1 tie with Police UTD a week ago.
Muangthong will be helped by the return of midfielder Anuwat, after revovering from an ankle injury sustained in training. Also, Kawin is exepcted bck between the posts, and the anticipation is that Jay Boathroyd will get the nod to start. He came on as sub in the match against Police F.C., having not fully recoverd from injury.
Muangthong's midfield was impressive in the match last week, and there was plenty of effort shown from Mario Bubalo. Also look for a possible goal from Wuttichai, who has ben working hard in every match so far.
Songhkla has home field advantage, however, and has set the record for attendance at a Thai Premier League game. They have had a rough start to the season, currently 16th in the table with 2 draws and a loss. With a loud home crowd hungry for a win, Muangthong will be aware that this is not going to be easy.