STATS PREVIEW: Real Salt Lake vs Orlando City SC – 30.06.2017



After a massively disappointing 4-0 drubbing at Chicago Fire, Orlando City SC complete the third and final fixture of a demanding three-game road streak at Real Salt Lake on Friday evening.

Travelling to Rio Tinto Stadium after just ONE victory in our last ELEVEN MLS fixtures, the Lions remain in the MLS Cup qualification spots but could really do with a victory to raise morale. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Seattle Sounders vs Orlando City SC – 21.06.2017



A demanding streak of three away fixtures begins at reigning MLS champions Seattle Sounders this Wednesday evening with Orlando City SC hoping to keep pace with Eastern Conference pacesetters Toronto FC and Chicago Fire.

After drawing 3-3 against Montreal Impact, our performances in this mini away run will tell us a lot whether Orlando City SC truly have the potential to make the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs Montreal Impact – 17.06.2017



After being embarassed 1-3 by Miami FC in the fourth round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday, it’s a fourth home game in a row for Orlando City SC as Montreal Impact arrive in Central Florida.

Mauro Biello’s Impact travel south after playing out a 1-1 draw at Sporting Kansas City on June 10th with the Lions rested from MLS play since tying that incredibly controversial 0-0 draw with Chicago Fire on June 4th. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: San Jose Earthquakes vs Orlando City SC – 17.05.2017



After their 2-2 draw with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday, Jason KreisOrlando City SC now hop aboard a five-hour flight to California to take on San Jose Earthquakes on Wednesday evening.

The Lions’ first ever trip to the Quakes’ Avaya Stadium home given 2015’s head-to-head (1-1) took place at Levi’s Stadium, Orlando City SC will be looking for a much better road performance this time around. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs Sporting Kansas City – 13.05.2017



Orlando City SC received a big reality check in Gameweek 9 with Jason Kreis‘ Lions beaten twice in quick succession against Toronto FC (2-1) and then Houston Dynamo (4-0).

What looked a demanding two-game away streak on paper turned out that way but still boasting a 100% win record at Orlando City Stadium, Saturday’s home game with Sporting Kansas City provides a chance to bounce back. Continue reading