Fury FC Aims To Shake Off Recent Losses Against Rayo OKC

Ottawa has been strong at home, losing just once in its last 10 games at TD Place
NASL Staff | Jun 10, 2016

Photo credit: Steve Kingsman/Freestyle Photography

Ottawa closes out the Spring Season at home where the club has been particularly strong, losing just once in 10 games dating back to last year. That one loss, though, came in the club’s last game at TD Place in a 2-1 defeat against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, despite a strong team performance. Fury FC (2W-2D-5L, 8 points) is hoping to finish off the Spring Season in positive fashion against Rayo OKC and end a two-game losing streak in league play after another 2-1 loss to a Florida side, the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

Despite missing several key players, Rayo OKC (3-2-4, 11) pulled out a 1-0 win against Minnesota United, which was a crucial result in the Spring Season title race, ending the Loons’ bid. Tyler Gibson scored his first professional goal in the win as Rayo OKC hopes to build momentum heading into the Fall Season. Derek Boateng (yellow-card accumulation) and Georgios Samaras (red card) will also return to the lineup after serving their one-game suspensions. Leading scorer Michel and Billy Forbes will still be unavailable.  

Match Information
7 p.m. ET | Saturday, June 11
TD Place | Ottawa, Ontario
Watch | ESPN3 (National – U.S.), (National – Canada), Rogers TV (Local – Ottawa), Cox Channel 703 (Local – Oklahoma City) 

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