St. Catharines Wolves vs Windsor Border Stars by Sureseye

In the hard fought match with the Niagara neighbour when St. Catherines hosted Niagara last match, Niagara were already 3 goals down before midfielder Lucas Folino's brace reduced the deficit in the first half to 3-2 for St. Catherines. The match itself looked 'questionable' as hosts missed begging chances. Mohammed Mohammed remains another on-song striker for St. Catherines with 4 goals to his credit since joining mid-august.

 

Windsor's last match was a 2-1 loss on travel to the defending champions, Toronto Croatia. Hosts scored early in the game and held the lead until half time. In the second half, there were scramble play in host's box, resulting into handball and the referee awarded a penalty which midfielder, David Kadoic converted for Windsor. Hosts replied almost immediately after and held the lead until the final whistle.

 

Windsor are expected to field a much stronger team today as they can count on the returnees from the OUA league break which ensures head coach Steve Vagnini have a full 18 man roster to choose from.

 

Windsor can secure a play-off spot with a win today while St. Catherines know that another loss for them will much reduce their chances of making the play-offs. Both teams don't play defensive; host have on-song goal poachers while guest can count on their full team to play their usually fast attacking football.

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