Orlando City B (6-4-2, 21 points) at Toronto FC II (3-4-3, 13 points)
When: Sunday, 6 p.m.
Where: Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, Fla.
Facing the Orange & Blue
Sunday afternoon will serve as the first meeting between the Lions and FC Cincinnati 2 this campaign, with the two sides each earning a win on the road a season ago culminated by a 2-2 draw in the rubber match on Aug. 29 at Osceola County Stadium. That match saw Orlando City Homegrown Favian Loyola score a brace, finding the back of the net on both sides of the break, while Jack Lynn led all Lions with three goals in as many contests against the Orange & Blue in 2022.
Defending the Fortress
The Lions will look to maintain their unbeaten record at home this campaign, boasting a 4-0-2 record at Osceola County Stadium in 2023. Orlando City B sits as one of three teams across all of MLS NEXT Pro that is yet to drop a result at home, standing alongside current Eastern Conference leaders Crown Legacy, as well as the current leaders in the West, Colorado Rapids 2.
Orlando City B forward Jack Lynn leads the Lions with six goals this season, scoring four in as many contests for OCB. The 2022 MLS SuperDraft selection’s six finishes is tied for fourth in all of MLS NEXT Pro, now with 21 goals through two seasons in the league with four assists to add.
For Club & Country
Two members of the Orlando City B roster have been called up to represent their country, with goalkeeper Javier Otero and forward Moises Tablante getting the call from the Venezuelan National Team. The side will play a pair of friendlies in the U.S., first set to take on Honduras on June 15 followed by a matchup with Guatemala three days later on Sunday, June 18.