- BMO Field
- There have been at least four goals scored in three of Orlando City’s last five games.
- Toronto FC have conceded 29 goals in 12 MLS games.
- Orlando won 3-2 at BMO Field last month.
Goals on the cards as struggling Toronto host Orlando
Orlando City sit in second spot in the MLS Eastern Conference ahead of their trip to bottom club Toronto FC in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Toronto have the worst record in the entire MLS with just eight points to show from 12 games so far, although the Canadian club did end a six-game losing run with a shock win at Eastern Conference leaders New England Revolution in their last fixture.
The Reds raced into a 3-0 lead in the first 24 minutes in that match and then managed to hold on as New England fell short in their fightback. We’re going to treat that game as the exception rather than a new rule for Toronto, who conceded 18 goals and scored just seven themselves in their six-game losing streak prior to that win.
Orlando have lost their last two games after picking up 21 points in their first 10 games of the season. City lost at Chicago Fire in their last game on the road but have already won at Toronto this season, having claimed a 3-2 success at BMO Field in June.
We’re expecting plenty of goals in this fixture as Toronto have conceded 29 goals in their 12 games so far, while there have been 32 goals in total in the 12 games Orlando have played.
There have been over 3.5 goals scored in three of the last five games involving the visitors, while four of the last five Toronto games have seen at least four goals scored. With that in mind, over 3.5 goals is our tip for this match and a 3-1 win for Orlando looks like it has a good chance in the correct score market.
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- 30 Jul