In today’s lone MLS game, the New England Revolution welcome Orlando City SC to Gillette Stadium. They’ll aim to remain perfect in the month of June while Orlando enters their first match of June. They had a rough month of May which saw them go 1-2-1. This is the place to find everything, including team win odds, the over/under, and point spreads.
Moneyline: New England @ -143
Today marks the first meeting between the two clubs in 2022. They faced off twice in 2021, with New England winning the first meeting 2-1 and then drawing out a 2-2 result in their final match. New England has lost just two of 14 all-time MLS matches against Orlando City, including a seven-game winning streak. The seven consecutive losses is the longest active streak without a win for Orlando City against any MLS team.
New England is also on a six-game unbeaten streak, either finishing with the full three points or a one-point draw. They went 1-0-2 in May and started off June strong with a 2-1 decision over Kansas City. A win today puts them in good position to win three consecutive games for the first time since September 2021. Orlando shouldn’t be taken lightly, as they’ve only lost one away match in their last seven.
Goals Over/Under: Over 2.5 (-150)
While Orlando City has outscored their opposition 10-5 in the first half of matches this season, they’ve been on the receiving end in the second half, 15-7. The last 15 minutes have been their downfall, as they’ve conceded seven goals in 2022 while only scoring once.
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Since April, New England has recorded 18 goals in their last nine games, and they don’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. If you take into consideration that both teams pack an offensive punch and can score goals relatively easily, paired with Orlando’s inability to carry momentum through into the second half, this one has the potential to go over two goals.
First-Half Scoring: Orlando City (Yes, +150)
Orlando City is capable of carrying the offense, specifically in the first half of games. They’re an excellent road team and love to possess the ball for long stretches. This pairs well when taking on a New England team that has allowed eight goals in their last five matches. While Orlando tends to trail off in the second half of every game, what you’ll want to care about is them recording at least one in the first 45 minutes.
Odds via Bet365
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