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Orlando City FC vs. New York City FC MLS Pick, Odds, Prediction - 7/26/15

Game
New York City FC (5-9-6) vs. Orlando City FC (6-8-6)
Date & Time Sunday July 26, 2015, 2:10 PM (EDT)
The Line
The Line: Orlando +258 / New York City +118 -- Over/Under: 2.5
TV Channel
Fox Sports 1, FOX Deportes, TSN2, MLS LIVE
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Orlando City FC and New York City FC square off Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

Orlando City FC looks for a win after losing three of their last five matches. Orlando City FC have scored 23 goals in 20 matches and have scored three goals in their last three matches. Kaka leads Orlando with nine goals, Pedro Ribeiro has two assists and Carlos Rivas has 32 shot attempts. Defensively, Orlando City FC has pitched five shutouts and has given up two or more goals in 10 matches. Tally Hall has come away with 30 saves and has allowed five goals in his last three matches. Orlando City FC have come away with points in three of their last five MLS road matches and are 1-2-2 during that span overall.

New York City FC look for another big win after winning three of their last six matches. New York City FC has scored 24 goals in 20 matches and has scored six goals in their last three matches. David Villa leads New York with 10 goals, Kwadwo Poku has three assists and Patrick Mullins has 22 shot attempts. Defensively, New York City FC has pitched three shutouts and has allowed two or more goals in seven matches. Josh Saunders has come away with 64 saves and has allowed five goals in his last two matches. Orlando City FC has come away with points in four of their last five home MLS matches and is 1-1-3 during that span overall.

The last time these teams met was back in March, and it resulted in a 1-1 draw. That was the only time these two teams have played, and this will be the second of three scheduled meetings this season.

New York City has been tough to beat at home and could certainly use the three points to get back in the Eastern Conference race. I like the home team to pickup the rare win.

Pick:
New York City +118

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