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Shock to Play Rattlers in Conference Championship

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The match up is set, the Spokane Shock and Arizona Rattlers with match up in the AFL's National Conference Championship.

Spokane took care of business on Thursday with a win over Chicago, and on Sunday Arizona punched their ticket to the conference championship with a 59-49 win over San Jose.

During the regular season, the two teams split their games, with the home team protecting their arena. Spokane beat Arizona 66-49 in week 5 of the season, while the Rattlers topped the Shock 59-42 in week 12.

The National Conference Championship will be played Saturday, August 10th in Phoenix at the U.S. Airways Center. Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM (PT).

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