HARRISON, N.J. – Red Bulls II, who hardly played like the defending champions they are recently, will try to put a halt to a three-game losing streak Sunday.
That’s when New York (3-5-2, 11 points) welcomes the Charleston Battery (7-1-2, 23) to MSU Soccer Park in Montclair, N.J. at 2 p.m. that day
New York looks to snap a three-game losing streak after falling to Ottawa Fury FC last weekend, 4-3, in United Soccer League action.
Three NYRB II players scored with Ben Mines notching his first USL goal of the season.
Red Bulls II sit fifth in the USL in goals scored with 19, but have allowed 22, one more than the 2016 edition allowed.
The hosts will rely on Brandon Allen and Vincent Bezecourt, who sit atop the USL leaderboards with Allen being tied for third with six goals and Bezecourt being tied for second in assists with four.
Charleston, the only USL side to defeat Red Bulls II at home, enters the match in red-hot form, including a 1-0 road win over Bethlehem Steel FC Thursday.