Orlando City B

What to watch as Orlando City B host New England Revolution II in a midweek matchup


Orlando City B (10-8-3, 34 points) vs New England Revolution II (10-5-6, 40 points)

When: Wednesday, 6 p.m.

Where: Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, Fla.

Back on the Board 

Nabi Kibunguchy scored the equalizer for the Lions in their last match on Saturday night at Inter Miami CF II, tallying a goal for the first time since his brace against NYCFC 2 on April 23. Tablante has a total of three goals scored, along with two assists on the season thus far

Race for the Golden Boot 

Orlando City forward Jack Lynn recorded a brace in the Lions’ outing against Chicago Fire FC II on July 23, his third multi-goal performance of the campaign to net his 11th and 12th goals in 2023. With his 12 finishes this season, Lynn currently sits tied atop the league, level with Atlanta United 2’s Nick Firmino in the Golden Boot race heading into Matchday 21.

Two in Three 

Imanol Almaguer tallied his second assist in the past three matches for Orlando City B in the Club’s 1-1 draw with Inter Miami C†F on Saturday night. Almaguer, serving as the team’s captain for the match, provided the assist on Nabi Kibunguchy’s equalizer in the 69th minute and previously provided the assist on Jack Lynn’s 10th-minute opener against Chicago Fire FC II two matches prior.

Pushing for Playoffs 

With seven matches remaining in the 2023 MLS NEXT Pro regular season heading into matchday 21, Orlando City B currently sits four points above the playoff line in the Eastern Conference in fifth place and second in the Central Division behind division leaders Columbus Crew 2. The Lions are pushing for their first MLS NEXT Pro Playoffs appearance after falling short of qualification last season.