New York Red Bulls II Host Philadelphia Union II at MSU Soccer Park
Here are the Three Keys to the Game:
Finding More Chances
On Saturday against Pittsburgh, NYRB II recorded their lowest amount of shots and shots on goal this season. The only shot on goal against Pittsburgh was Dantouma Toure’s shot that hit the post. Finding more action in the middle of the field from Caden Clark, Chris Lema, and Barry Sharifi will create more chances against Philadelphia Union II on Wednesday.
Back to MSU Soccer Park
This Wednesday’s match will mark the first match for NYRB II at MSU Soccer Park since March 7. The last two seasons at MSU Soccer Park, the club has amassed a 22-6-6 record. The last time the two clubs met at MSU Soccer Park, NYRB II won 4-0, with midfielder Kyle Zajec recording his first two professional goals.
New Man Up Top
With Sebastian Elney out with an injury for the time being, Jake Lacava is most likely to take the spot up top. Lacava currently has the most points on the team this season with seven, which consists of two goals and three assists. He has been able to create a lot of space for himself and others, look for Lacava to make an impact on Wednesday night against Union II.