Orlando v Toronto FC 22-5-21: Our data driven match prediction – a low scoring match

Orlando v Toronto MLS stats and preview

Today’s match sees 2nd placed Orlando City take on 12th placed Toronto in the Eastern Conference. With 5 games played each the stats and trends is starting to come. 

In our preview, we will look at the latest form, goals stats average and the head to head record. After looking at these we’ll make our match prediction! 

Latest stats

Orlando City Stats

Goal Stats

Average Goals Scored – 1.2

Average Goals Conceded – 0.4

Average Match Goals – 0.8

Corner Stats

Average Corners For – 3.6

Average Corners Against – 4.8

Average Match Corners – 8.4

Card Stats

Average Cards For – 1.8

Average Home Cards – 1

Key Orlando City Trends
  • Orlando City has 3 clean sheets in their 5 matches.
  • 60% of their games have gone over 0.5 first-half goals.
  • They have had 0 red cards so far.
  • No games have gone over 3.5 goals and only 1 game has gone over 2.5 goals.
  • L. Almeida da Cunha is the Orlando top scorer with 3 goals so far. 
  • Mueller has mad 2 assists so far, the most of any Orlando player. 

Toronto FC Stats

Goal Stats

Average Goals Scored – 1.4

Average Goals Conceded – 1.8

Average Match Goals – 1.6

Corner Stats

Average Corners For – 4.4

Average Corners Against – 3.4

Average Match Corners – 7.8

Card Stats

Average Cards For – 2

Average Away Cards – 1.67

Key Toronto FC Trends
  • 78% of Toronto matches have gone over 0.5 first-half goals. 
  • In 56% of matches, Toronto has been losing at halftime.
  • One match has gone over 2.5 first-half goals. 
  • No player has scored more than 1 goal for Toronto. 
  • Bradley has made 2 assists so far for Toronto. 
  • Bradley and Gonzales have both been booked twice.

Orlando v Toronto Prediction

Data Prediction

  • Orlando 1-0 Toronto half-time score.
  • Orlando 1-0 Toronto full-time score.
  • 2 bookings in the match, 1 for each team.
  • 8 match corners
  • Corners Orlando 3-5 Toronto

Our writer’s preview

The stats do not point to an exciting game here! Orlando has been very neat and tidy so far winning games with efficiency but without any flamboyance. 

Toronto has started the league poorly and their strikers have been a let down. No player has more than one goal and if they are to turn their form around that needs to change. 

Orlando v Toronto FC 22-5-21: Our data driven match prediction – a low scoring match
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