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Toronto FC II vs North Texas SC – Preview, Game Thread & Stream

The Young Reds look to extend their unbeaten streak, kickoff is at 11 am

Lucas Kschischang

Toronto FC II are back at home on Wednesday morning for an early game against North Texas SC. The match gets underway at 11 am.

TFC II are currently in great form, as they are unbeaten in four games, winning three of them. In their last game, on Saturday afternoon against Lansing Ignite FC, goals from Shaan Hundal, Patrick Bunk-Andersen and Jordan Perruzza saw the Young Reds pick up all three points with a dominating 3-0 victory.

For Hundal, it was his second goal in two games since being recalled from the Ottawa Fury.

North Texas are top of the USL League One, with 22 points in 9 games. They have a 7-1-1 record, with their one loss coming in Toronto in the first game between these two, on Wednesday, May 29th. TFC II came out on top in that one, beating North Texas 3-2 at the BMO Training Ground.

North Texas will be without their leading scorer, 16-year-old Ricardo Pepi, who has been called up to FC Dallas' first team for a match on Wednesday night. In six games this season, Pepi has seven goals, including one against TFC II.

With a victory in this game, Toronto FC II can pull within two points of North Texas for first place in the USL League One standings.

Toronto FC II had four players in USL League One’s week 11 team of the week: Jordan Perruzza, Matthew Srbely, Patrick Bunk-Andersen and Terique Mohammed.

Terique Mohammed continues his excellent run of form, being included in the team of the week for the third week in a row.

As always, the match will be streamed on YouTube: