fall off to the ground = fall on the ground?


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Hi all, I want to say that someone tripped and fell as he tried to avoid being hit by a passing bicycle. I'm quite certain that it's okay to say "He fell on/onto the ground" in this context, but I was wondering if I could also say "He fell off to the ground" to mean "He fell on the ground"?

Thank you. :)
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