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The Sacramento Surge play host to the Toros de Mexico this Saturday night

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The Sacramento Surge return this Saturday night to face the Toros de Mexico in what will be the first of a two game home stand to close out the 2013-2014 PASL season. This year has been a continuation of growing pains for the Surge (2-12) who will be completing their second year as a professional franchise. The Toros (7-6) will be on the road to face the Turlock Express Friday night before arriving in Sacramento Saturday to play against the Surge.

Sacramento is looking to avenge their 20-6 defeat and the Toros are trying to bounce back from their 6-5 loss to the San Diego Sockers last week. The Surge's points leader Jaime Portillo (sixteen goals, seven assists) and Chris Sandoval (nine goals, five assists) will take to the pitch to face-off against the Toros Gerardo Villa (thirty goals, ten assists) and Daniel Villela (fifteen goals, eight assists). Toros lead the series 0-2 and the last time the two teams played in Sacramento it was a very close game that was decided in overtime and this Saturday night's game is looking to be another barn burner.

There are some tickets available and they can be purchased at either or at the Estadio Azteca box office. They're just $10 for adults and $7 for children ten and under. Come on down and watch exciting indoor soccer action provided to you by the Professional Arena Soccer League and your Sacramento Surge! Kick-off is scheduled to start at 7:00 P.M.



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