Coming off its first loss of the 2017 MLS season, Orlando City SC will be hoping to remain unbeaten at its new stadium on Sunday as it hosts the New York Red Bulls, a team that's winless in three games.
Before its first loss of the season last weekend in Columbus, Orlando christened the new Orlando City Stadium with two victories and now looks to get on back on track against a Red Bulls team that has conceded seven goals in its current skid.
"We have our first opportunity of the year to react and respond to that negativity," head coach Jason Kreis of Orlando said. "So I'm really looking forward to how our guys handle that situation."
During the week, Orlando signed U.S. international Luis Gil on loan from Queretaro in Mexico and his addition will help offset the injury bug that has hampered the Lions.
Superstar Kaka along with Tony Rocha, Rafael Ramos and Jose Aja all have hamstring injuries, with Aja picking his up in the 2-0 loss to Columbus last week. Seb Hines is out because of a knee injury. >> Read more...
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