Forward Rodrigo da Costa leads the Tulsa Roughnecks with 8 goals and seven assists.
TULSA, Okla. - Los Zorros take their four-game unbeaten streak to the road, where they'll play their next three matches beginning with the Tulsa Roughnecks this Saturday at ONEOK Field. Kickoff is 5:30 p.m. PT and fans can watch the action on CW 59 and ESPN Plus. Fresno leads the all-time series, 1-0-2, with Los Zorros picking up their first win of the series earlier this season in a 3-1 result on April 13th on goals from Jemal Johnson and Jaime Chavez. Fresno will look for a repeat performance to keep hold of its No. 2 spot in the Western Conference. Tulsa, meanwhile, is seeking its first win since April 24th - 17 games ago when they won 2-0 against Colorado Springs - the game after the loss to Fresno FC. Since then, the Roughnecks have lost 10, drawn seven, and outscored 40-13 in that span. However, Tulsa has fared decently at home, where the club is 3-5-3, including an hard-fought 1-0 loss to Phoenix Rising FC on July 27. Leading the offense for Tulsa is forward Rodrigo da Costa. His eight goals, seven assists, and 45 chances created are the most for the Roughnecks in each category.
1-0-2 all-time (Fresno FC leads series)
Fresno FC's first win over Tulsa came earlier this season in a 3-1 result at Chukchansi Park. Fresno will go for the series sweep on Saturday.