Orlando City SC vs Toronto MLS Betting Prediction

MLS Orlando City SC vs Toronto Prediction 7/3/2024

Orlando City SC (5-9-6) travel to face off against Toronto (7-11-3) on Wednesday, July 3rd. This match will be played at BMO Field in Toronto, ON. Both Orlando City SC and Toronto will be looking to bounce back from losses in their previous matches. The match is scheduled for 7:30 PM ET.

Orlando City SC vs Toronto

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Orlando City SC Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

Orlando City will be looking to bounce back from a 4-2 loss to New York City FC. This match took place on the road, and going into the match, they were the heavy underdog at +310. The six combined goals surpassed the pre-match over/under line of 3.5 goals.

Two of Orlando City’s eight shots on goal found the back of the net. Duncan McGuire and Dagur Dan Thorhallsson were the two players who scored, with McGuire and Martín Ojeda the only two players to take just one shot and score.

Defensively, Orlando City allowed four goals on NYC FC’s six total shots on goal. Mason Stajduhar was in net for the first 29 minutes, finishing with two saves on four shots. Javier Otero took his place and finished with three saves.

Through 20 matches, Orlando City SC is 11th in the Eastern Conference with a record of 5-9-6. They have been favored in 10 matches, going 2-4-4 in those contests. Overall, they are 2-5-3 at home and 3-4-3 on the road. In their last four matches, they have gone 1-2-1, including a loss to the first-place team in the Western Conference, Los Angeles FC. Following this match, they will return home to take on D.C. United SC on July 6th.

Toronto Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

Toronto will be looking to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Atlanta United. This puts them at 2-2 on the year. The match finished with three total goals, which was just below the line of 3.5 goals. Heading into the match, the over/under line was at +310.

Federico Bernardeschi was the only player for Toronto to find the net, doing so on his only shot on goal and fifth overall attempt. Overall, Toronto took four shots on goal and 14 shots overall.

On the defensive end, Toronto allowed a total of six shots on goal, with Luka Gavran making four saves. Bernardeschi’s goal came on the offensive end despite Atlanta taking six corner kicks to just two for Toronto.

After a strong start to the season, Toronto has hit a rough patch, losing four straight matches. Overall, they are 7-11-3, putting them 8th in the Eastern Conference. They have struggled on the road, going just 2-6-3, but have been better at home, posting a 5-5-0 record. In their last six matches, they are 0-4-2. Following this match, they will hit the road to take on Columbus Crew on July 6th. In the Eastern Conference standings, they are two points behind Nashville SC and tied with Atlanta United FC.

Orlando City SC Offense Breakdown

Orlando City SC has been scoring more goals than their season average in each of their last three matches. On the season, they are 24th in MLS with 1.2 goals per match. Duncan McGuire is their top scorer with seven goals, which is 27th in the league. Luis Muriel has taken the most shots on goal for Orlando City SC and is 53rd in MLS. He has scored three goals. Nicolás Lodeiro is 12th in MLS in assists and has also scored one goal this season. Orlando City SC is 2nd in MLS in corner kicks and has had more corners than their opponents in 65% of their matches.

Toronto Offense Breakdown


Through 29 matches this season, Toronto has scored 1.3 goals per match, which is 21st in the MLS. Federico Bernardeschi is the team’s top scorer, with eight goals, which is 22nd in the league. He also leads the team in shots on goal, with 27, which is ninth in the MLS. In four straight matches, Toronto has scored fewer goals than their season average. Overall, Toronto’s passing percentage is 84.2%, which is eighth in the league. They are 19th in shots on goal and 26th in corners. In 57.1% of their matches, they have had fewer corners than their opponent.

Orlando City SC Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against Toronto, Orlando City SC’s defense is coming off a match where they gave up four goals to New York City FC. That was the second time in their last five matches that they have given up at least three goals. On the season, they are 20th in goals allowed, giving up an average of 1.8 goals per match. They are also 20th in fouls committed. Keeper Pedro Gallese is 26th in saves and 19th in clean sheets.

Toronto Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against Orlando City SC, the Toronto defense is 23rd in MLS, allowing 1.8 goals per match. Over their last five matches, they have given up an average of 2.6 goals per match. They have struggled against some of the weaker offenses in the league, giving up two goals to Atlanta United FC (18th) and four goals to the Chicago Fire FC (23rd). Sean Johnson is 16th in MLS with four clean sheets this season.

Orlando City SC vs Toronto Prediction

Looking at how we expect this one to play out, we have Toronto’s Lorenzo Insigne as the top projected goal scorer and we are predicting a 1-1 draw, which is listed at +250. Coming into the match, both Toronto and Orlando City SC are near the bottom of the league in terms of scoring, and our projections have this one staying under 2.5 goals. In terms of shots on goal, we have Toronto holding a slight edge at 4-3.

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