July 7, 2017 USL Toronto FC II--Toronto FC II vs Ottawa Fury FC match preview (from uslsoccer.com)

USL Match Preview – #TORvOTT
By USLSoccer.com Staff, 07/07/17, 9:02AM EDT 

Second meeting sees both teams looking to rebound

OTTAWA – Toronto FC II and Ottawa Fury FC meet for the second edition of this season’s 
Battle of Ontario with both teams looking to bounce back from defeats, and Fury FC aiming 
to regain its place in the top eight in the Eastern Conference. 
Kickoff at the Ontario Soccer Centre is set for 7:30 p.m. ET.

Matchcenter: http://bit.ly/2tVGU4F | Tickets: http://bit.ly/2tVBoin | Broadcast: Rogers TV (OTT)

Toronto FC II news and notes

•Current record: 2-9-5, 11pts

•Toronto is coming off a 4-3 defeat to the Harrisburg City Islanders that saw 
the side fall for a second consecutive outing.

•Luca Uccello and Aikim Andrews both recorded a goal and assist in the contest, 
but the City Islanders had too much attacking firepower and claimed victory 
at the Ontario Soccer Centre.

•TFC II’s defense has struggled over its past two outings, conceding 10 goals 
having previously only conceded 16 goals in 14 games.

•Toronto is tied for last in the USL alongside the Richmond Kickers in chance 
conversion at just seven percent.

Ottawa Fury FC news and notes

•Current record: 5-5-5, 20pts

•Ottawa fell for the second time in its last four outings last Saturday
as Louisville City FC took a 2-1 victory at Slugger Field.

•Steevan Dos Santos scored late for Fury FC to try and spark a comeback, 
but the visitors were unable to find an equalizer and slid out of the 
playoff positions in the Eastern Conference.

•Ottawa announced on Friday it has signed Canadian U20 international 
Adonijah Reid. The 17-year-old scored 20 goals to earn the Golden Boot 
in League1 Ontario in 2015.

•Fury FC ranks last in the USL in passing accuracy rate, completing 
only 68 percent of its passes this season.

Series Notes
•The Ontario rivals played to a 0-0 draw in the first meeting of the 
season at TD Place.


•Toronto – 
GK: Angelo Cavalluzzo, Mark Pais, Brogan Engbers; 
D: Jordan McCrary, Brandon Onkony, Brandon Aubrey, Oyvind Alseth, Robert Boskovic, 
         Mitchell Taintor, Andrew Dias, Anthony Osorio, Julian Dunn; 
M: Malik Johnson, Sergio Camargo, Aidan Daniels, Luca Uccello, Brian James, Liam Fraser, 
         Tsubah Endoh, Luis Pereira, Dante Campbell, Matthew Srbely; 
F: Jordan Hamilton, Ricardo John, Ryan Telfer, Aikim Andrews, Ben Spencer

•Ottawa – 
GK: Callum Irving, David Paulmin, Andrew McRae; 
D: Eddie Edward, Ramon Martin del Campo, Kyle Venter, Andrae Campbell, Shane McEleney, 
         Onua Obasi, Aron Mkungilwa, Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, Jonathan Barden; 
M: Ryan Williams, Gerardo Bruna, Jamar Dixon, Jimmy-Shammar Sanon, Lance Rozeboom, 
         Sergio Manesio, Adonijah Reid; 
F: Carl Haworth, Steevan Dos Santos, Sito Seoane, Tucker Hume

•Ottawa – None
•Toronto – None

•AR1: Peter Pendli
•AR2: Graham Forsyth
•4TH: Yusri Rudolf

Game hashtag:  •#TORvOTT

Twitter social handles
•Toronto FC II – @TorontoFCII
•Ottawa Fury FC – @OttawaFuryFC

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