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MLS Preview: Orlando City SC (12-6-8) at FC Cincinnati (17-3-6)

FC Cincinnati is on a three game unbeaten streak against Orlando City SC (W2 D1), keeping clean sheets in each of the last two meetings, FC Cincinnati has held only a single opponent scoreless in three straight MLS matches once (against the New York Red Bulls spanning 2020 – 2021 seasons).

FC Cincinnati has taken 37 points out of a possible 39 points at home this regular season (W12 D1), equaling the San Jose Earthquakes in 2002 for the most points after 13 home matches of a season. No team in MLS history has more than 37 points after 14 home matches of a season as San Jose Earthquakes lost its 14th home match in 2002.

Orlando City SC came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at Charlotte FC on Wednesday, its 22nd road point of the season, most in MLS. Orlando City SC has lost only three away matches this season, tied with FC Cincinnati for fewest in the league.

Luciano Acosta had a goal and an assist in FC Cincinnati’s win over Atlanta United FC on Wednesday, his league-leading fifth game with both a goal and an assist this season. Acosta has 17 games with a goal and an assist in MLS, second only to Carlos Vela (22) since he joined the league in 2016.

Orlando City SC won 18 fouls against Charlotte FC on Wednesday, including the one that set up Martin Ojeda’s direct free-kick equalizer in the 88th minute. Orlando City SC has won an average of 13.6 fouls per match this season, most in MLS.

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