Minnesota's Strong Attack Aims To Fire The Side Back Into The WIn Column

The Loons need a positive result and help to keep in the Spring Season title race
NASL Staff | Jun 3, 2016

Photo credit: Minnesota United

Rayo OKC and Minnesota United are both hoping to get back on track when they meet at Miller Stadium. Rayo OKC will be without four key players, with Michel, Billy Forbes, Georgios Samaras (red cards) and Derek Boateng (yellow-card accumulation) all suspended for the game against the Loons. Rayo OKC (2-2-4, 8) is coming off a 1-0 loss to the New York Cosmos, but the club will look to have a strong finish to its first taste of the Spring Season with two games remaining.

Minnesota has lost two league games in a row, but is still in the running for the Spring Season title. The Loons, though, need a win and some help to lift up the silverware. Justin Davis returns to the lineup after serving a one-game suspension for a red card, and will be a boost to both the club’s defense and attack. Minnesota (4-1-3, 14) has one of the strongest attacks in the league with 13 goals scored, and it will provide a stern test for the Rayo OKC back line. 

Match Information
8 p.m. ET | Saturday, June 4
Miller Stadium | Yukon, Okla.
Watch | ESPN 3 (National – U.S.), (National – Canada), Cox Channel 703 (Local – Oklahoma City), MY29 (Local – Twin Cities)


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