Need to Know:
Date & Time: Saturday, April 29, 10 p.m. ET
Venue: Snapdragon Stadium; San Diego, Cal.
Competition: NWSL Regular Season
Where to Watch:
Broadcast: CBS Sports Network (national), NWSLsoccer.com (international)
- The Orlando Pride head to Snapdragon Stadium for their second-consecutive road match to square-off with the San Diego Wave.
- The Pride will look to continue their unbeaten streak against the Wave, having taken a 1-0 shutout victory in San Diego a year ago. The two sides then battled to a 2-2 draw later in the season at Exploria Stadium, with Saturday serving as the third meeting between the two clubs in their history.
- Forward Amanda Allen has returned to the Pride from international duty with Canada’s U-20 team. Allen will be available for selection for this match.
Quote of the Week:
“[We’re expecting] another competitive game, obviously their form at home is good. It’s another opportunity for us to win another game of football. It’s going to be a difficult game, they have some good players, but in this league now anyone can win on any day, so we’re hoping to go there and put a really good team performance out there and hopefully come away with three points.” - Head Coach Seb Hines
Pride’s Last Match: KC Current 2, Orlando Pride 0 (4/23/23, Children’s Mercy Park)
Goal-Scorers: Debinha, Cece Kizer
San Diego’s Last Match: San Diego Wave 2, Angel City FC 0 (4/23/23, BMO Stadium)
Goal-Scorer: Sofia Jakobsson, Mackenzy Doniak
Against the Opposition:
Series Record: 1-0-1 (Home: 0-0-1, Away: 1-0-0)
*Last Matchup: *Orlando Pride 2, San Diego Wave 2 (9/25/22, Exploria Stadium)