Two home games for the Montreal Impact Academy

Admission at the doors will be $2 for everyone at Marie-Victorin Sports Complex, while tickets cost $4 for adults and $2 for children at Saputo Stadium.

Entrance for the Impact U21 games at Saputo Stadium is free for Montreal Impact season ticket holders.

"The next two games will be important for us because we want to confirm our goal to reach the playoffs," said Impact U21 head coach Philippe Eullaffroy. "We will have the chance to measure up against one of the best teams in the league Saturday before having the chance to evaluate our level versus an MLS reserve team Sunday. We want to show that we are up for the task."

The team is currently third in the Canadian Soccer League (CSL) with a record of four wins, two losses and two ties, for 14 points in eight games. The team is also first in the CSL with 16 goals scored.

With a win on Saturday, the Impact U21 would be only one point behind the standing leaders, the York Shooter. The Shooters have only loss once in nine games this season, with a record of 5-1-3.

The Impact U21 will then face Toronto FC Academy for the second and last time this season. In the first matchup, in Toronto, the Impact lost 3-1, on May 6.

In its last game, Sunday, Montreal tied Capital City FC 1-1. Defender Karl Ouimette scored the lone Impact goal.

"We've had a very positive start to our season regarding results with only two losses, but most of all, we've seen our team progress tremendously on the field since January," concluded Eullaffroy.

*Please note that all Impact U21 games will now be open to the public, with admission cost.

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