Ottawa Aims For Third Straight Win At Home

Mark Lowry will make his head coaching debut with Jacksonville
NASL Staff (@naslofficial} | Aug 12, 2016

Photo credit: James Drexler/Jacksonville Armada FC

Ottawa Fury FC was cooled off by a late Indy Eleven goal in a 1-0 loss on the road last Saturday, which snapped its three-game winning streak. Ottawa, though, returns home to TD Place, where the club has won its last two games, 2-0. The defense has been much improved recently, allowing just two goals in the past five contests. Fury FC (3W-0D-4L, 9 points) will carry even more confidence into the weekend after defeating Jacksonville, 2-0, at Community First Park just two weeks ago. Carl Haworth and Tommy Stewart were on target in the win.

The Armada FC (1-1-5, 4) ended a five-game losing streak with a 2-2 draw last Saturday. Charles Eloundou scored his first two professional goals to help Jacksonville secure a point against the visiting Carolina RailHawks. The Florida side heads into the weekend under the guidance of Mark Lowry, who has taken over as interim head coach following the departure of Tony Meola, who was let go this past week. Lowry will make his NASL head coaching debut on Saturday.  

Match Information
5 p.m. ET | Saturday, August 13
TD Place | Ottawa, Ontario
Watch | ESPN3 (National – U.S.), (National – Canada), Rogers TV (Local – Ottawa), CW17 (Local – Jacksonville)

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