A win for Sunday’s game means the playoffs could get even more real for the team’s inaugural season.
CHARLOTTE, NC – Charlotte FC looks to continue its winning streak in the conference game against Orlando City SC on Sunday at 7 p.m. at Bank of America Stadium.
Charlotte currently sits 7-10-1 against conference opponents with a 4-9 record in games decided by one goal. Karol Swiderski has scored eight goals with three assists for Charlotte. Yordy Reyna has registered three goals and one assist in the last 10 games.
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On the other side, Orlando is 7-8-3 against Eastern Conference opponents. Orlando is 7-4 in one-goal games.
Sunday’s game is the second time these teams have faced each other this season. Orlando won the last meeting 2-1.
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After Charlotte FC’s surprising big win over defending MLS champions New York City FC on Wednesday, a win for Sunday’s game means the playoffs could become even more real for the team’s inaugural season. .
Charlotte looked in fine form in Wednesday’s game against New York, erasing some of the negativity from the team after their devastating loss to Los Angeles FC in a previous game.
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New York City FC became the favorites in this game with a 12-6-7 record that places them third in the MLS Eastern Conference standings. The defending MLS champions are still looking to prove they can repeat after being the best team in the league last season.
Charlotte FC did not exist last season, however, and were unable to face the champions as they found a way to score three goals on the scoreboard in the first meeting between the two teams .
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