What: Milwaukee (3-7) at Soul (4-7)

When: 7:05

Where: Wells Fargo Center

TV/Radio: None

Internet: www.PhiladelphiaSoul.com or www.NiftyTV.com.

About the Mustangs: Beat the Soul in Week 3, 51-49 . . . Offense is ranked 17th in the 18-team league with an average of 42.5 points per game. Only New Orleans is worse . . . Wide receiver Damian Harrell is the AFL's career leader in receiving touchdowns with 356. Harrell, 35, is in his 12th season and leads the Mustangs in catches (69), yards (755) and touchdowns (eight) . . . Brent Holmes, a member of the Soul's 2008 championship team, is the team's second-leading receiver.

About the Soul: Looking to string together back-to-back wins for the first time all season . . . Defensive tackle Darrell Campbell has been terrific lately. He's three away from breaking Gabe Nyenhuis' 2008 team record with 9.5 sacks . . . The key number for the Soul seems to be 50 points. They are 0-6 when failing to reach 50 . . . Quarterback Ryan Vena leads the AFL with 9.1 yards per passing attempt.

Tickets: Range from $13-$200 and are available at the Wells Fargo box office, www.PhiladelphiaSoul.com or by calling 215-253-4900, ext. 3.

Serving youth: For the remainder of the season, the Soul are allowing high school and college students to purchase the best available tickets at the box office for $10. Attendance has been sparse, so this should generally mean a seat in the lower bowl. Students just need to have a valid school ID and the dough, of course.

Up next: The Soul travel to Spokane (Wash.) to take on the Shock. The defending champs are struggling with a 4-7 mark and are idle this week.