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The Portland Thorns vs. Orlando Pride Game: 2022 Predictions

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The Portland Thorns FC are on a roll, and they’ll seek to keep it going against the Orlando Pride on Sunday in what appears to be a lopsided clash. The home club has been scoring goals at an alarming rate and is coming off a 4-0 win over the Houston Dash.

Meanwhile, Orlando is winless in their last two games after shutout victories over the Houston Dash and the Chicago Red Stars. Will Orlando be able to turn things around, or will Portland maintain its lead?

Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. ET on Sunday at Providence Park in Portland, Oregon, and will be streamed live on Paramount+’s must-have Premium plan.

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How To watch the Portland Thorns vs. Orlando Magic game?

Thorns vs. Pride is scheduled for Sunday, June 19 at 3 p.m. ET; streaming of Thorns vs. Pride: Paramount+

Portland Thorns vs. Orlando Pride: NWSL Predictions

As reported by Cbssports, Before you tune in to Sunday’s contest, check out SportsLine’s soccer insider Brandt Sutton’s Portland Thorns vs. Orlando Pride picks. For nearly five years, Sutton, a former collegiate soccer player, has served as SportsLine’s top soccer editor.

He’s been following soccer for a long time and considers managerial techniques, predicted lineups, and past performances when making decisions, keeping his finger on the game’s pulse worldwide. Sutton has also had a good run with his best selections, going 100-78 in his previous 178 soccer picks and returning more than $2,300 to $100 gamblers.

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