Memphis, Tenn. – Memphis 901 FC comes back home after back-to-back away matches and looks to notch a win after their 1-1 draw with Hartford Athletic on June 15.
Memphis will host two home matches this week, Wednesday against FC Tulsa and Saturday against Detroit City FC.
901 FC and Tulsa have competed four times, with Memphis going undefeated at home in the series.
FC Tulsa is currently sitting in ninth in the Eastern Conference standings with three points and three goals in their past five matches. Tulsa recorded a 0-0 draw with New York Red Bulls II in their most recent match.
Memphis currently sits in second in the Eastern Conference standings, one point behind Louisville City FC. Phillip Goodrum recorded his eighth goal of the season against Hartford, tied for second in the league for goals scored.
901 FC picked up their second draw of the season in their match Wednesday night against Hartford, outshooting Hartford 18-8 with seven shots landing on target to Hartford’s four.
Hartford struck first, with Juan Carlos Obregon Jr. putting the ball in the back of the net in the 21st minute, placing the pressure on top-ranked Memphis to score after the loss to Birmingham the previous week.
901 FC answered in the 64th minute as Lucas Turci sent a ball to the top of the box, meeting Goodrum’s feet before as he slid the ball past the goalkeeper to the back of the net. Goodrum’s goal comes as one of six goals scored after the 60 minute this season for Memphis.
Memphis 901 FC moved to 9-3-2 on the season with the draw.