July 28, 2017 USL Toronto FC II--Ottawa Fury FC vs Toronto FC II game preview (from uslsoccer.com)

USL Match Preview – #OTTvTOR
By USLSoccer.com Staff, 07/28/17, 9:01AM EDT 
Fury FC hosts final Battle of Ontario of 2017 regular season

OTTAWA – Ottawa Fury FC and Toronto FC II meet for the third and final time this regular season 
on Saturday night at TD Place as Toronto looks to claim the season series in the Battle of Ontario, 
while Fury FC aims to get its playoff push back on track. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET.

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

Ottawa Fury FC news and notes

•Current record: 5-6-6, 21pts

•Ottawa recorded a 1-1 draw with the Rochester Rhinos in its last outing at TD Place on July 15 
as a late goal earned the side a point.

•Tucker Hume scored with two minutes to go to against the Rhinos for his third goal of the season. 
Sito Seoane leads Fury FC with four goals this year.

•The draw saw Ottawa’s winless streak extend to four games, and the side is now three points back 
of eighth-place New York Red Bulls II in 12th place in the Eastern Conference.

•Ryan Williams leads Fury FC with eight shots on goal from outside the penalty area this season, 
and has scored once from that range this season.

Toronto FC II news and notes

•Current record: 3-11-5, 14pts

•Toronto fell 2-0 on Wednesday night against the Rochester Rhinos to keep the side at the bottom 
of the Eastern Conference standings.

•Defender Brandon Onkony was sent off in the 26th minute for TFC II, and will be suspended 
for Saturday night’s contest.

•Midfielder Ryan Telfer has won 108 duels this season, placing him seventh in the league 
in that category.

•Toronto has recorded shutouts in each of its previous two meetings with Ottawa this season.

Series Notes
•Toronto earned a 1-0-1 edge in the season series with a 1-0 win on July 8 
at the Ontario Soccer Centre.


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

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

•Ottawa – None
•Toronto – Suspended: Brandon Onkony

•AR1: Peter Pendli
•AR2: Lyes Arfa
•4TH: Carol Anne Chenard

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

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