Rayo OKC Targets Unbeaten Streak, Postseason Charge Remaining Intact In Meeting With Ottawa

The club is unbeaten in its last seven games which has improved its stock in reaching the postseason
NASL Staff (@naslofficial} | Oct 14, 2016

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Over the past two games, Rayo OKC has put itself back in the running for the final postseason berth. The club picked up back-to-back 1-0 wins against fellow postseason contenders Miami FC and the Carolina RailHawks with Michel scoring both game-winners to increase his goal total to 12. Rayo OKC (6W-8D-5L, 26 Fall; 9-11-9, 38 Combined) is now tied on points with Minnesota for fourth place. The club is unbeaten in seven games entering the encounter with Ottawa Fury FC.

Ottawa (5-6-8, 21 Fall; 7-9-13, 30 Combined) has slipped off the pace for the final postseason spot recently, but the club can certainly play spoiler on Sunday night. Despite Fury FC not picking up wins in its last three games, there may be no player in top form like Ryan Williams. Over the past five games, the midfielder has found the back of the net four times, most recently in the 1-1 draw with the New York Cosmos last weekend. Ottawa now heads to Miller Stadium for the first time looking for its first win against Rayo OKC. 

Match Information
7 p.m. ET | Sunday, October 16
Miller Stadium | Yukon, Okla.
Watch | ESPN3 (National – U.S.), (National – Canada), Cox Channel 703 (Local – Oklahoma City), Rogers TV (Local – Ottawa)

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