Orlando City SC, along with New York City FC, were one of two teams that joined the MLS in 2015. Both teams inaugural seasons didn't go according to plan. Orlando City SC came out with a 12-14-8 record, five points behind Toronto FC for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. A bright spot for Orlando SC, Canadian striker Cyle Larin scored 17 goals on his way to setting a new MLS rookie record. In 2016, Orlando finished one-point out of the playoff spots.
Orlando City SC Betting Lines Today
Before making your final wagers on Orlando's next game, make sure to at least reference the current game odds. It's an integral part of forming a sound betting strategy.
The best bettors do the most research. They learn a team's schedule and find golden betting opportunities in advance. They may not know the betting lines but they'll source weak periods of the season and capitalize.
Orlando City SC Standings Right Now
Orlando are improving each season and will fight to make the playoffs for the first time in their short existance. Check their progress below.
How To Win At Orlando City SC Betting
Don't doubt the potential of this team. They're built on a high-octane offensie scheme and score at will to reinforce that notion. Orlando scored 55 goals in 2016, the third highest total in the Eastern Conference. They're prolific going forward. Unfortunately, they give up goals by the bundle.
Orlando had the dubious record of allowing the most goals in the league. They conceded an astounding 60 goals, a glaring issue that will have to be addressed for the Orlando to make the playoffs.
Orlando were also quite deficient on the road, winning three of 17 matches in hostile environments. It's another problem Orlandon's coaching staff must deal with.
If they can correct those two principal flaws, Orlando might be worth a long-shot futures bet. Look to favor the overs market consistently until they can shore up an extremely porous defense.
Canadian striker Cyle Larin joined Orlando City FC in 2014 at age 19 to make his MLS debut. In his first MLS season, Larin proved himself a capable striker - providing much of Orlando's punch with 17 goals. He scored hat tricks on two occasions - against both New York City FC and New York Red Bulls. Larin's scored the sixth highest in the league and, more importantly, the most by any MLS rookie.
Damani Ralph previously held the record of 13 in 2003.