This Thursday sees Nashville go head to head with Orlando at Nissan Stadium – Kick-off 3:30am GMT.
Thursday’s clash between Nashville and Orlando, sees third take on fourth in the League.
Nashville SC’s Major League Soccer season, has so far seen them gain 31 points, going into this game
Nashville will be keen to retain their winning form, having beaten D.C. United 5-2 in their last fixture.
Slow and steady wins the race, Nashville are showing that they know by avoiding defeat in 17 of their last 18 fixtures. With 31 points, they currently sit third in the League having won seven matches, drawn 10 meetings, and lost one game.
When Nashville host Orlando, they will do so on the back of seven wins and five draws on their own ground.
A win in this fixture would take Nashville SC’s points to 34 in the League.
Orlando City’s Major League Soccer season, has so far seen them gain 30 points, going into this game
A 3rd successive, disappointing result for Orlando will not be acceptable for Óscar Pareja’s squad. They will see this fixture as an opportunity to turn their form around after drawing 1-1 at Cincinnati and 1-1 at Inter Miami.
A draw statistic of two in two matches is not all bad, but unfortunately will not bring the success Óscar Pareja’s men wishes for ultimately. With fourth, they currently sit 30 points in the League having won eight games, drawn six matches, and lost four meetings.
Orlando’s away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Nashville. In the 9 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won three meetings, drawn three matches, and lost three games.
Victory for Orlando City would take their points tally to 33 so far this season.
Nashville SC v Orlando City – Head-to-Heads.
The outcome of any game is never certain, but history would lead us to suspect that a draw is unlikely. Both teams have had an equal number of wins over three matches in the past seasons. Further, Orlando have seen victory one game played at Nissan Stadium against Nashville. Their most recent encounter in this competition was November 2020, when The Lions walked away as 2-3 winners.
Players to watch
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in 18 League games this season, while has netted
in 18 League matches this campaign for Orlando.