Can Orlando City get back on track, as they look to make sure of a play-off place?
Ten days ago, the Lions lifted major silverware for the very first time, beating Sacramento Republic in the U.S. Open Cup Final.
But, since then, Óscar Pareja’s team have actually lost back-to-back MLS games, 5-1 in Philadelphia followed by Wednesday’s 1-0 home reverse against Atlanta.
Orlando had won four in a row beforehand, so sit fifth in the east, but with multiple clubs in hot pursuit.
One of those is not Toronto FC who, despite their Italian revolution, have seemingly left themselves too much to do.
The Reds were beaten in a six-goal thriller by Atlanta last weekend, having also lost 4-3 in the Canadian Classique a week earlier.
These back-to-back defeats have seen Bob Bradley’s team slip down to 13th in the east, requiring some unlikely mathematics to sneak into the top seven.
Given the state of play, Orlando will see this as a great opportunity for victory at Exploria Stadium.