Eti Tavares fights for possession against Saint Louis FC. (Rich Crimi)
Saturday, August 25
at Saint Louis FC
Kickoff – 7:30 p.m. CDT
at Toyota Stadium
The Tulsa Roughnecks FC will play the second of five straight away matches Saturday, August 25 in its second meeting with Saint Louis FC. Kickoff at Toyota Stadium in Fenton, Missouri is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. CDT.
Tulsa will enter the match coming off a defeat against the Real Monarchs SLC in Utah. The Roughnecks are 2-3-3 in games since head coach Michael Nsien took over the team.
Saint Louis FC is 6-2-4 in 12 home matches this season. STLFC won each of its last three games at home.
The Roughnecks were blanked 3-0 at ONEOK Field by Saint Louis FC back on June 9 in the first meeting this year between the two clubs. Former TRFC midfielder Joey Calistri scored two of the three goals in the win for Saint Louis.
The second match was originally scheduled to be played on July 14, but that game was abandoned in the 10th minute and will be resumed on October 10.
Saint Louis FC is 4-1-0 in its last five matches. The Roughnecks are still without a victory away from ONEOK Field, going 0-6-5 in 11 away matches.
All-time, Tulsa is 2-5-1 in eight previous matches against Saint Louis FC.
Saturday’s match will be streamed live on ESPN+ for all fans with a subscription to the service.