New England Revolution have only won one of nine visits to Orlando.
Will Orlando City get back on track?
The Lions come into this one following back-to-back MLS defeats, most recently suffering a dramatic comeback at the hands of D.C. United.
Last Sunday, Óscar Pareja’s team led 1-0 going into stoppage time at Audi Field, but still contrived to lose to the east’s bottom side.
Júnior Urso’s stunning opener in Washington set to be forgotten.
So, Orlando are now winless in four MLS matches, but do remain fifth in the Eastern Conference.
In this period, they have reached a first-ever U.S. Open Cup Final and will host Sacramento Republic on 7 September.
Before then, will the Lions edge closer to earning their post-season ticket?
New England Revolution meanwhile were lifting the Supporters’ Shield by the end of the most-recent decision day.
However, right now, Bruce Arena’s side are 11th in the east, two points below the play-off line.
The Revs held Toronto to a goalless draw in Foxborough last weekend, thanks largely to Đorđe Petrović's late penalty save.
Nevertheless, the Revs are now winless in six, form that’ll have to improve if they’re to gatecrash the top seven.
Orlando will fancy their chances of victory at Exploria Stadium.