Singapore Premier League • June 27, 2024

2024/25 Singapore Premier League Matchweek 6: Preview


Geylang International’s Vincent Bezecourt in action against Lion City Sailors, 7 May 2023.


SINGAPORE, 27 June 2024 – Matchweek 6 of the Singapore Premier League (SPL) kicks off this Friday with Geylang International facing Lion City Sailors at the Jalan Besar Stadium.


On Saturday, Balestier Khalsa entertains a resurgent Young Lions at Bishan Stadium while Tanjong Pagar United will be looking for their first win of the league campaign when they host Brunei DPMM at the Jurong East Stadium.


The final fixture of the match week will see BG Tampines Rovers take on Hougang United at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Sunday.


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Friday Night clash promises GOALS!


Geylang International vs Lion City Sailors | 28 June | 7.45pm | Jalan Besar Stadium| Singtel Ch 111, StarHub Ch HS2

Team news for Geylang International: Huzaifah Aziz is out with ACL

Team news for Lion City Sailors: Abdul Rasaq still working his way back to full fitness


  • Two of the league’s top scoring teams will face off in the first fixture of Matchweek 6 as Geylang International hosts Lion City Sailors at the Jalan Besar Stadium.


  • The Eagles are aiming to bounce back with a win after dropping points in their last match against Brunei DPMM.


  • The Sailors are seeking their 5th straight win to extend their perfect start to the new league campaign.


Lion City Sailors’ Bart Ramselaar in action against Albirex Niigata (S), 23 June 2024.


Jaguars searching for first victory


Tanjong Pagar United vs Brunei DPMM | 29 June | 6.00pm | Jurong East Stadium | Singtel Ch 111, StarHub Ch HS2

Team news for Tanjong Pagar United: Salif Cisse is a doubt for the match while Rezza Rezky is still suspended    

Team news for Brunei DPMM: No team news


  • Tanjong Pagar United welcomes Brunei DPMM to the Jurong East Stadium on Saturday as the hosts look to bounce back from their narrow defeat to Young Lions in Matchweek 5.


  • Brunei DPMM will be boosted by their late comeback in their previous match and will look to showcase their title credentials with another spirited performance as they seek to climb up the league table.


Tanjong Pagar United’s Sahil Suhaimi celebrating a goal against Young Lions, 22 June 2024.


Tigers and Young Lions in pursuit of crucial points


Balestier Khalsa vs Young Lions | 29 June | 6.00pm | Bishan Stadium | Singtel Ch 112, StarHub Ch HS3

Team news for Balestier Khalsa: Syukri Noorhaizam and Mukundan Maran are still on the injured list

Team news for Young Lions: Nur Adam is a doubt for the match


  • In the other game on Saturday, Balestier Khalsa will be aiming for a win as they host the Young Lions at Bishan Stadium.


  • After dropping points in their recent match against Hougang United, the Tigers will be wary of the challenge from a resurgent Young Lions side that has secured two consecutive victories in the league since 2018.


Balestier Khalsa’s Riku Fukashiro in action against Hougang United, 21 June 2024.


Unbeaten Stags looking to extend run


BG Tampines Rovers vs Hougang United | 30 June | 6.00pm | Jalan Besar Stadium | Singtel Ch 111, StarHub Ch HS2

Team news for BG Tampines Rovers: No team news

Team news for Hougang United: No team news


  • Matchweek 6 concludes with a match-up between BG Tampines Rovers and Hougang United at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Sunday.


  • The Stags will be eager to return to league action after a break in Matchweek 5.


  • Hougang United will want to build on their resilient comeback against Balestier in their last game and pursue their elusive first win of the season.


BG Tampines Rovers’ Boris Kopitovic in action against Tanjong Pagar United, 16 June 2024.


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