The Lazers will try to climb above .500 and win their second consecutive game tonight against the Baltimore Blast at the Civic Arena in Baltimore.
After handing the Cleveland Force its fourth straight loss Wednesday night at the Richfield Coliseum in Ohio, the Lazers hope to improve their 2-7 record in Baltimore.
Last season, the clubs split four games, each winning two at home. The Blast (8-5) is leading the Eastern Division of the Major Indoor Soccer League. The Lazers (6-6) are tied for third place in the Western Division, two games behind the leading San Diego Sockers.