Coming off a 4-1 victory over the New England Revolution, the New York Red Bulls will fly to Florida for the first and only time this season to take on Orlando City. Orlando is currently two points behind RBNY, so a win by either team will secure 2nd place in the Eastern Conference. Orlando has been impressive during their inaugural MLS season even though they have been a bit inconsistent. Here are the top performers for OCSC:
Tally Hall (GK, 43 points; 3 clean sheets, 30 saves): After 10 games on the bench, Tally Hall has taken the starting keeper spot from Donovan Ricketts. Three out of his nine games have been clean sheets, but in the other six games, he has let in 10 goals, so he has been a bit streaky.
Sebastian Hines (DEF, 64 points; 4 clean sheets): Hines has appeared in all but three of OCSC's games this year. He has been the most consistent defender, but hasn't posted above five fantasy points in any game that was not a clean sheet. The five other regular defensemen are the ones that have at least one point to their names, but Aurélien Collin, Sean St Ledger and Brek Shea all have nagging injuries. BWP may be able to break through a few times for chances on net.
Kaka (MID, 100 points; 9 goals, 2 assists): OCSC's best player and MLS All-Star selection needs no introduction. The legendary midfielder has made his mark in MLS this season by scoring nine of OCSC's 23 goals this season. Dax, Felipe and Sacha will have to always keep an eye on him. Additionally, RBNY will need to be careful with their fouls around the penalty area as Kaka makes his money with deadly free kicks. He will be well-rested after serving a red card suspension during their last game versus FC Dallas.
Cyle Larin (FWD, 56 points; 6 goals): The CanMNT striker and MLS rookie has done a great job for his club this season. Canada lost in the Gold Cup, so he should be available Saturday against RBNY. He and Kaka have scored 65% of OCSC's goals this season, so Miazga and the RBNY defense will need to keep Larin in check. Larin has only gone a full 90 minutes once this year for Orlando.