The Canadian Championship is underway, and although MLS teams don't begin play until next week, fans of Canadian soccer can catch some of the action starting now, as the newly-minted Ottawa Fury travel to take on FC Edmonton in an all-NASL clash in the second leg of their preliminary round series.
You can watch the stream of the game, hosted by the Candian Soccer Association, right here.
The two-legged series is up for grabs, tied 0-0 on aggregate after the first leg last week in Ottawa. The away goals rule is in effect, meaning the Fury can take the series with a scoring draw, while a scoreless draw would force extra time.
The winner of the series will take on the top-seeded Montreal Impact on May 7, while Toronto FC will face the Vancouver Whitecaps in the other semifinal series. The return legs are scheduled for may 14, while the final games are schedule for May 28 and June 4. The champion will claim Canada's lone berth in the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League, as well as the fan-created Voyageurs Cup.