San Diego Wave FC vs. Orlando Pride: Preview, How to Watch, TV Info, Live Stream, Lineups, Match Thread

Welcome to your match string as the Orlando Pride (5-9-6, 21 focuses) welcome San Diego Wave FC (10-6-4, 34 focuses) to Exploria Arena. This is the second and last time the two groups will meet this season.

Here’s beginning and end you really want to be aware of this evening’s down.


The San Diego Wave are approaching the finish of their debut season. Since the groups weren’t matched up in the 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup, they’ve just played once against one another. The game approached the finish of the Pride’s seven-game unbeaten run and was the first of a two-game series of wins.

The very first game between the two groups came on Aug. 13 in San Diego. The solitary objective in the game came from the punishment spot after a Julie Doyle cross hit the arm of Kaleigh Riehl. In the 23rd moment, Meggie Dougherty Howard moved forward and covered the punishment. The Pride hung on for 67 minutes to take down one of the top groups in the association, 1-0 away.


The Pride come into this game on a four-game series of failures. Subsequent to going seven unbeaten, they lost 2-1 to Old Rule, 2-0 to the Portland Thistles, 2-0 to Dashing Louisville, and 3-0 toward the North Carolina Mental fortitude. Three of those four misfortunes were at home and they’ve presently been held scoreless for 323 successive minutes.

This evening is the last home round of the 2022 NWSL season for the Pride. It’s their penultimate round of the year as they’ll complete the season next Saturday night in Seattle against Old Rule.

While the Pride have just pride to play for, this evening’s adversary is battling for the best position in the association. The Wave sit only one point behind the Thistles for the main seed in the end of the season games with only two games remaining.

With an assault that highlights previous Pride players Alex Morgan and Jodie Taylor, the Wave are fourth in the association in objectives scored, with 30. They’ve likewise been serious areas of strength for extremely, surrendering just 19 objectives. That attaches San Diego with Old Reign for the least objectives surrendered in the association.

As was normal when the compromise happened last season, Morgan has driven the Wave assault this year. Her 15 objectives scored drives the association and is three a larger number of than Thistles striker Sophia Smith. Morgan has been the go-to player in the assault for San Diego, with the following biggest number of objectives in the group being only three by Jaedyn Reese. Two Wave players top the group in helps with three, including previous Pride midfielder Taylor Kornieck.

Protectively, Kailen Sheridan has had a noteworthy season in objective for San Diego. She’s at present third in the association in clean sheets, with seven, and has an association significant standards against normal of 0.94. Notwithstanding, she’s just needed to make 46 recoveries this year, the second-least by any goalkeeper in the association with somewhere around 10 beginnings.

Since the misfortune to the Pride, which was the second in a two-game series of failures, San Diego has won three of its last four games. The main misfortune since the 1-0 win for the Pride came on Sept. 10 away to the Washington Soul.

The Pride have their second-longest accessibility rundown of the time, with nine players recorded as out or problematic. Marta (knee), Viviana Villacorta (lower leg), Caitlin Cosme (knee), Chelsee Washington (lower leg), Kaylie Collins (wrist), and Parker Roberts (Coronavirus convention) are out. Mikayla Cluff (lower leg), Anna Moorhouse (hand), and Erika Tymrak (thigh) are problematic.

Just Amirah Ali (knee) and Kayla Bruster (foot) are out for San Diego this evening. In any case, Morgan (knee) is recorded as problematic for her most memorable re-visitation of Orlando.

Official Setups

Orlando Pride (4-2-3-1)
Goalkeeper: Erin McLeod.

Safeguards: Celia, Toni Pressley, Carrie Lawrence, Courtney Peteresen.

Guarded Midfielders: Megan Montefusco, Haley Hanson.

Midfielders: Meggie Dougherty Howard, Gunny Jonsdottir, Thais Reiss.

Advances: Leah Pruitt.

Seat: Kelly Rowswell, Haley Bugeja, Darian Jenkins, Kylie Strom, Julie Doyle, Jordyn Listro, Partner Watt, Kerry Abello.

San Diego Wave FC (4-3-3)
Goalkeeper: Kailen Sheridan.

Safeguards: Kristen McNabb, Naomi Girma, Abby Dahlkemper, Initiate Westphal.

Midfielders: Taylor Kornieck, Emily van Egmond, Katie Johnson.

Advances: Jodie Taylor, Sofia Jakobsson, Jaedyn Shaw.

Seat: Alex Morgan, Kelsey Turnbow, Beauty Briede, Makenzy Doniak, Kaleigh Riehl, Madison Pogarch, Marleen Schimmer, Mia Gyau, Carly Telford.

REF: Matt Thompson.

AR1: Joe Suchoski.

AR2: Jeffrey Skinker.

Fourth: Alejo Calume.

Instructions to Watch
Match Time: 7 p.m.

Scene: Exploria Arena — Orlando.

Television: None.

Streaming: Paramount+ (U.S.), Jerk (Worldwide)

Partake in the match. Go Pride!

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