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Rowdies at Atlanta

When/Where: 7:30 p.m. Saturday; Atlanta Silverbacks Park

Records: Rowdies 3-4-3 (12 points, fourth); Atlanta 5-2-2 (17 points, first)

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Last meeting: The Rowdies took a 3-1 lead into halftime at Al Lang Stadium following two first-half goals from M Luke Mulholland and another by M Evans Frimpong, but Atlanta rallied to score three conesecutive goals after the break and win 4-3, ending the Rowdies' 14-game home unbeaten streak.

Extras: Mulholland and F Georgi Hristov are tied for second in the NASL for goals with four each. Carolina's Brian Shriver, a Clearwater native, is setting the pace with six goals. ... Mulholland leads the league in shots (31) and minutes played (900). ... Atlanta has moved into first place in the NASL standings after going 3-0-1 in its last four league matches. The Silverbacks have given up just one goal in those four matches.

Rowdies-Atlanta preview 06/21/13 [Last modified: Friday, June 21, 2013 11:22am]
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