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Cosmos look for revenge for lone defeat
October 11th, 2013 5:16PM
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[NASL PREVIEW: Week 11] The New York Cosmos, riding a seven-game unbeaten streak since suffering their only loss of the season, 3-0, at Carolina on Aug. 17, look to avenge that loss when they host the RailHawks on Saturday. A win will put the Cosmos within striking distance of winning the fall title and qualifying for Soccer Bowl 2013 in Atlanta against the Silverbacks on Nov. 9.
 
"We have another final this weekend," said Cosmos coach Giovanni Savarese. "Carolina's a tough team that made it difficult for us when we played them at their home, so now we are focused on them. We enjoyed the Minnesota victory because the guys deserved it, but our focus has already switched to Carolina and Saturday night."

NASL FALL WEEK 11, Schedule:
October 12
New York vs. Carolina
Atlanta vs. Minn. United
Tampa Bay vs. Fort Lauderdale
October 13
San Antonio vs. FC Edmonton

NASL FALL, Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
21 New York 6-1-3 10/7
14 Tampa Bay 3-2-5 22/18
14 Carolina 4-4-2 14/11
14 Minn. United 4-4-2 11/10
14 Ft. Lauderdale 4-4-2 9/12
13 Atlanta 3-3-4 9/10
11 FC Edmonton 2-3-5 9/10
7 San Antonio 2-7-1 12/19

NASL LEADING SCORERS:
12 Hans Denissen, San Antonio
12 Georgi Hristov, Tampa Bay
12 Brian Shriver, Carolina
9 Pablo Campos, Minn. United
7 Luke Mulholland, Tampa Bay

NASL FALL WEEK 12, Schedule:
October 19
Minn. United vs. Carolina
Fort Lauderdale vs. Atlanta
Tampa Bay vs. San Antonio
October 20
New York vs. FC Edmonton

NASL FALL WEEK 13, Schedule:
October 26
Carolina vs. Atlanta
Minn. United vs. Fort Lauderdale
San Antonio vs. New York
October 27
FC Edmonton vs. Tampa Bay

NASL FALL WEEK 14, Schedule:
November 2
Atlanta vs. New York
Carolina vs. San Antonio
Fort Lauderdale vs. FC Edmonton
Tampa Bay vs. Minn. United

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