St. Catharines Wolves vs Niagara United by Sureseye
Battle of Niagara on Club Roma Stadium St. Catharines, Ontario which is 13 miles from the US/Canadian border at Niagara Falls.
St. Catherines are coming from two consecutive wins, their best result so far since the league started and the host of today's game will be looking at replicating their impressive game in their 2-1 win last match. St. Catherine got an impressive boost in attack buying Mohammed Mohammed in mid-August from Burlington and he has already scored 4 goals, scoring both goals in last match and narrowly missed making a hat trick in the second half.
Niagara are far from their 8th position they made last season in their inaugural campaign in the CSL. Finally, the reality of an owner-manager seems on the fore for James McGillivray and maybe needs more hand. Anyway, the coaching staff will be hoping that a game against their local rival will boost the performance and are ironically better away from home, where they'd had 2-3-3 as opposite their 0-0-10 home record. In any case, the reality is that they are the worst team in the league; lost all last 4 matches, won once in last 10 matches, loosing the rest 9 matches. Last match on travel lost 2-3 to Windsor (who had a large rotation at their backline).
St. Catherine are not the best team in the league. They do not have the team strength like Kingston FC or Toronto Croatia but are recently in good form and have boast some interesting result on their home ground winning Toronto Croatia (2-1) and last time on their home ground won Serbia White Eagles 2-1. They welcome a rival in poor form whom they also won 2-0 away last time they met.
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