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Byline: Rahman Daud
KELANTAN must win matches away from home if they want to stay within distance of the pacesetters as banking ony collecting points only at home won't be enough for them to challenge for the Premier One title.
On home ground, last year's Malaysia Cup semifinalists seem to be unbeatable as they have won 2-1 against Perlis and Pahang respectively.
They also beat NS Chempaka 3-1 at home in the first leg of a FA Cup tie last week.
But they seem to dance to a different tune when playing away as evident in their Premier League encounter with Chempaka in Paroi a few days later when they fell 3-0.
Kelantan also …