Thinley Namgay

BoB Bhutan Premier League (BPL) match between High Quality United FC and Paro United FC, supposed to be played on August 11 at the Changlimithang Stadium, has been postponed until further notice due to the nationwide lockdown amid Covid-19 pandemic.

BPL could play only six matches as of August 10.

Ugyen Academy FC, Thimphu City FC, Transport United FC, and Paro FC played two matches each and Tensung FC, Paro United FC and High Quality United FC, and Druk Stars FC with one match each.  

Ugyen Academy FC was leading the table with four points.  

The defending champions Paro FC had obtained three points. However, the club is ahead of others with maximum goal difference of seven. The club scored nine goals in total and conceived only two.

Paro FC lost the match to Transport United on August 8 at the Woochu Sports Arena.

On August 2, Tensung had a tie against Transport United at Changlimithang.