Match example: Miami FC and Las Vegas Lights FC

    Miami F.C

June 7, 2024 – United Soccer League Championship (USL)
Miami FC news report

#LVvMIA Fast Facts

Date: 8-6-24

Kickoff: 10:30 PM EST

Location: Cashman Field

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Miami FC heads to Nevada on Saturday to take on Las Vegas Lights FC. This will be the third match between the two teams, with the second taking place in Las Vegas.

Miami F.C

The last time the two faced each other, Miami took the three points on its own field, after a 4-1 victory. This year, Las Vegas will host the meeting between the two teams.

The last game Miami played was at home against Louisville City FC. Despite the strong performance of the South Florida team, Louisville won 1-2. Miami will want to build on this performance to win in Las Vegas this weekend.

Striker Frank Lopez scored his first goal for Miami FC last Saturday after a ball from Nicolas Cardona.

Lopez is on the scoresheet for Miami this season, becoming the eighth to score for the team.

Miami will look to get the necessary three points from this weekend’s game before Wednesday’s game in Tulsa in a few weeks.

Opponent: Las Vegas Lights FC

Las Vegas currently sits tenth on the USL Championship’s Western Conference table. With a record of 3-3-7, the Nevada team has collected 12 points so far this season. The team has three wins this season against El Paso, Oakland and San Antonio.

The most important player of the home team is Valentin Noël. Noël is the top scorer for Vegas this season with five goals to his name and two assists. Another key player for Las Vegas is Gaoussou Samaké, who has scored three goals and provided another three assists.

Las Vegas Lights FC will work to secure their fourth win of the season when the two meet this Saturday at 10:30 PM EST.

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