The climax of the Metfone Cambodian League season is heading towards us like a runaway train. The top two teams are Phnom Penh Crown on 35 points, who are 4 points better off than 2nd-placed Naga Corp on 31 points. Those two teams are realistically the best bet for the championship. And this season, it's a straight race for the title as the play-offs have been scrapped. Both teams have 4 matches remaining with everything looking set for the big showdown between the clubs on Sunday 4 September, though if results go Crown's way in their preceding three matches, it will be all over bar the shouting. This weekend Crown meet Kirivong on Saturday at 4pm (without the suspended Odion Obadin) and Naga have an easier task against Chhlam Samuth the next day. Crown then have to face the Army and Preah Khan before their final match. Naga meanwhile, will meet the National Police and the Army before that final day clash with Crown. It's bubbling up nicely. Naga have won their last three matches with the league's top marksman Julius Oiboh banging in the goals - he's on 24 at the moment - though Crown are on a 6-game winning streak of their own, five of them under new coach David Booth. If there's one element that Crown are missing this season, it's that they don't possess a marksman of the calibre of Oiboh and instead share the goals around the team. If anyone thinks that the destination of this season's championship is already decided then think again. The next four matches will make or break the season for the two front-runners.