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FC Gold Pride aims for win record
May 13th, 2010 7:20PM
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[WPS] FC Gold Pride looks to become first WPS team to win five straight games when it plays at Boston on Friday night. The Breakers have gone in the opposite direction, failing to win their last four games. For a look at all the WPS weekend action ...

Friday, May 14
Boston vs. FC Gold Pride (7:30 pm ET)
FC Gold Pride looks to become first WPS team to win five straight games • The Breakers are winless in their last four games since opening with a win over Washington.

Saturday, May 15
Chicago vs. Philadelphia (7 pm ET)
The Independence saw its four-game unbeaten streak to start the season end last week against the Athletica. • Red Star Casey Nogueira is tops in the league among rookies with two goals. •  Philadelphia's Allison Falk has two goals, the most among defenders in the league.

Sunday, May 16
Saint Louis vs. Sky Blue FC (4 pm ET)
Saint Louis was 3-0 against Sky Blue FC during the regular season last year before dropping a 1-0 decision in the Super Semifinal. • Scoring has been a problem for Sky Blue FC, which has only four goals (one of them an own goal) in five games.

Atlanta vs. Washington (6 pm ET-FSC)
Abby Wambach, who leads the league in assists with six, broke her nose in the Freedom's 0-0 tie with Boston last week. • The Beat hopes to avoid becoming the first WPS team ever to lose five straight games. In 2009, FC Gold Pride had a four-game losing streak. • Atlanta has lost three consecutive one-goal games and is winless in its first five games but for the first time this season had the edge in shots (25-9) in the 1-0 loss to Sky Blue FC.

STANDINGS:
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)

12
FC Gold Pride 4-1-0 (+4)
9 Sky Blue FC 3-2-0 (0)
8 Philadelphia 2-1-2 (+2)
8 St. Louis 2-1-2 (+1)
7 Washington 2-2-1 (+1)
6 Boston 1-1-3 (-1)
4 Chicago 1-3-1 (-2)
1 Atlanta 0-4-1 (-5)

LEADING SCORERS:
3 Aluko, Saint Louis
3
Sinclair, FC Gold Pride
2 +1
Milbrett, FC Gold Pride
2
Nogueira, Chicago
2
Sawa, Washington
2
Falk, Philadelphia
2
Kai, Sky Blue FC
2
Smith, Boston

WEEK 6 SCHEDULE:
May 14
Boston vs. FC Gold Pride, 7:30 pm ET
May 15
Chicago vs.  Philadelphia, 7 pm ET
May 16
Saint Louis vs. Sky Blue FC, 4 pm ET
Atlanta Beat vs. Washington, 6 pm ET (FSC)



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