July 4, 2017 USL Toronto FC II--Toronto FC II vs Ottawa Fury FC match preview (from torontofc.ca)
By the numbers breakdown: Ottawa Fury July 4, 2017 6:10PM EDT Adam Krueger Here is a quick statistical breakdown of this Saturday’s game between Toronto FC II and Ottawa Fury FC. Goalkeeping TOR (Rank) OTT (Rank) Clean sheets 6 (5th) 5 (7th) Goals against 26 (25th) 19 (16th) The Reds have gotten consistent and strong goaltending from both Angelo Cavalluzzo and Mark Pais this season. The Reds have conceded more than once just six times this year. Canadian Callum Irving has made every start for the Fury this season. Distribution TOR (Rank) OTT (Rank) Total Passes 6,698 (8TH) 4,782 (28TH) Passing accuracy 77% (9th) 68% (30th) The Fury has struggled to move the ball consistently this season. Their 68% pass completion rating is 3% worse than the next worst team. This could indicate a tendency for Ottawa to make riskier passes which in turn complete less of the time. Toronto FC II has had a strong season passing the ball, their numbers are indicative of the team’s passive style of play with the ball. Discipline TOR (Rank) OTT (Rank) Fouls Conceded 180 (24th) 183 (22nd) Yellow Cards 20 (26th) 20 (26th) Both teams have done well to stay out of the referee’s book this season. Ottawa has had two players receive Reds this season and TFC II has had just one. Attack TOR (Rank) OTT (Rank) Goals 9 (30th) 20 (13th) Shots 168 (17th) 166 (19th) Ottawa has had an average season in front of goal. The Fury have had 10 different goal scorers this season, lead by Sito Seoane who has four goals this season. The Reds broke out for a season-high three goals last week. In the match, Aikim Andrews and Mitch Taintor scored their firsts of the season, while Luca Uccello became the first TFC II player to two goals this year.
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