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Leaders Saint Louis and Boston clash
April 23rd, 2010 1:06AM

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[WPS] Boston travels to Saint Louis in a top-of-the-standings clash to be televised on Fox Soccer Channel on Sunday (6 pm ET).  For a look at this weekend's matchups as Women's Professional Soccer moves into Week 3 ...

Saturday, April 24
FC Gold Pride vs. Atlanta (10 pm ET)
-- FC Gold Pride's attack broke out with a 3-1 win over defending champion Sky Blue FC.  Christine Sinclair notched two goals, and Kelley O’Hara add two assists and Marta scoring once.
-- Beat goalkeeper Allison Whitworth, a former member of FC Gold Pride, has made 19 saves in two games to lead the league.

Sunday, April 25
Philadelphia vs. Washington (6 pm ET)
-- Independence defender Allison Falk at 6-foot-0 will try to stop the Freedom's Abby Wambach at 5-foot-10.
-- Independence defender Jen Buczkowski will sit out the game after getting a red card for her second bookable offense on Sunday at Boston.

Chicago vs. Sky Blue FC (6 pm ET)
-- Sky Blue FC won their first meeting, 1-0, despite being outshot 20-10 by visiting Chicago. It now has a 4-0-1 record against the Red Stars.
-- Former UNC star Casey Nogueira scored her first WPS goal Saturday for the Red Stars in their 1-1 tie with St. Louis and will look to get a start on Sunday. Megan Rapinoe is still out with illness.

Saint Louis vs. Boston (6 pm ET-FSC)
-- Amy LePeilbet, the 2009 WPS Defender of the Year, will be called on the shut down English forward Eniola Aluko, who scored twice in Athletica's first home game.
-- Lindsay Tarpley, who played the last 15 minutes last Saturday for St. Louis, continues her return from a knee injury sustained at the end of the 2009 season.

STANDINGS:
P TEAM W-L-T (GD)
4
St. Louis 1-0-1 (+2)
4 Boston 1-0-1 (+1)
3 Washington 1-1-0 (+1)
3 Sky Blue FC 1-1-0 (0)
3 FC Gold Pride 1-1-0 (-1)
2 Philadelphia 0-0-2 (0)
1 Chicago 0-1-1 (-1)
1 Atlanta 0-1-1 (-2)

LEADING SCORERS:
2 Sinclair, FC Gold Pride
2 Aluko, St. Louis
2 Smith, Boston



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