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  • CompetitionNASL
  • Attendance4172
  • Date26 Oct 14
  • VenueTD Place
Ottawa Fury FC
Ottawa Fury FC 1
Indy Eleven 2
Indy Eleven



89'V. Pineda

Match Preview: Ottawa Fury FC vs. Indy Eleven

Match Preview: Ottawa Fury FC vs. Indy Eleven



TV: OTT – Rogers TV                

Radio: OTT – TSN 1200


Indy Eleven is searching to extend its unbeaten streak to a club best four games when they travel to take on Ottawa Fury FC at TD Place.  Indy, who also has a shutout streak of 307 minutes, is coming off its second consecutive home win of the season after topping the San Antonio Scorpions, 1-0 last week.  Meanwhile, Ottawa, who is winless in its last three encounters, dropped a 2-0 decision against visiting FC Edmonton last weekend.  This is the third meeting between the two sides this year with the Fury winning both previous encounters.  The last match-up took place on August 23, at IUPUI’s Michael A. Carroll Stadium when goals from forward Tom Heinemann and midfielder Sinisa Ubiparipovic gave the visiting Fury a 2-1 victory.


Last Five Games:  OTT – L W T L L      IND – L L T W W 




IND-Erick Norales, Sergio Peña (Team of the Week-15)


Stats leaders:

OTT-Goals – Tom Heinemann, Oliver (6); Assists – Vini Dantas, Tony Donatelli, Oliver, Richie Ryan, Sinisa Ubiparipovic (3)

IND-Goals – Kléberson (8); Assists – Mike Ambersley (4)



NASL Head-to-Head: (2 meetings): Fury 2 wins, 0 ties, 0 losses — 6 GF/3 GA (+3 GD)

At Fury: First Meeting

This Year: (2 meetings): Fury 2 wins, 0 ties, 0 losses — 6 GF/3 GA (+3 GD)

Last Meeting: August 23, 2014 at Michael A. Carroll Stadium — Indy 1-2 Fury


Coaches quotes:

“We still have a lot to play for. We want to finish as high as we can in the standings and a win on Sunday will help us do that. Indy has grown and their last three results are very good. We will need to be prepared both mentally and physically for a tough challenge.” – Fury FC coach Marc Dos Santos

“I feel like we're playing our best soccer and continuing to come together as a team, especially on the defensive side of the ball over the last five to six games. We've got another opportunity to climb up the standings against an Ottawa team that's been a bit of a thorn in our side, so our group certainly feels like it has plenty to play for on the weekend.” – Indy Eleven coach Juergen Sommer


Referee: David Barrie

Asst 1: John Gray

Asst 2: Peter Pendli

4th: Robert Schaap