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Toronto FC II vs Richmond Kickers: Preview, Game Thread and Stream

The Young Reds look to stay unbeaten at home, kickoff is at 4 pm

Toronto FC II

Toronto FC are back at the BMO Training Ground on Friday afternoon to face off against the Richmond Kickers.

After a comeback 3-3 draw last Friday, Toronto FC II remain unbeaten at home. It was their second 3-3 draw at home this season, equalling the record set by them and North Texas SC earlier in the season for most goals scored in a single USL League One match.

Richmond beat Orlando City B in their last game, winning 1-0 thanks to a goal from Dennis Chin. It was a wild match that saw three red cards in the 83rd minute, including one to Kickers goalkeeper Akira Fitzgerald.

These clubs haven't played each other yet this season, but were both in USL last season before the split into multiple divisions. Richmond beat TFC II in the first meeting, while the Young Reds got revenge in the return fixture.


News and Notes

Yann-Alexandre Fillion is up for save of the week after an excellent save against Lansing Ignite FC:

Jordan Perruzza continues to climb the ladder in the USL League One Golden Boot race. He's in a three-way tie for second with seven goals, while teammate Patrick Bunk-Anderson (who has been scoring an incredible amount of goals considering he's a centre-back) is among four players tied for 7th with five goals.


As always, this match will be streamed on YouTube: