QueensCast: Orlando Pride By the Numbers

After two weeks off, it's good to take a minute to get caught up. We break down some important stats and help you see, at a glance, what the Orlando Pride have accomplished thus far.  Knowing where you've been will help you know where you need to go, but that doesn't mean we are dwelling in the past.  We are looking ahead and ready to SCORE!

10.  The number of days until the Orlando Pride return home.  They take on the Houston Dash, at the Orlando City Stadium, just one week after visiting Houston this Saturday.  Make sure you've got your tickets!

9.  The points accumulated, so far this season, from two wins, three losses, and three draws.

8.  Games played.  We are one-third of the way through the NWSL season and the Orlando Pride have had an uphill battle, as they have strived to cement their chemistry with an ever changing staring XI.

7.  The spot where the Orlando Pride are currently residing on the NWSL standings.

6.  Consistent players each game.  While the starting XI may have varied, we have seen 6 players on the pitch at some point during each game this season.  Camila, Steph Catley, Kristen Edmonds, Alanna Kennedy, Ali Krieger, and Jasmyne Spencer

5.  Individual players who have already scored goals this season.  Having multiple players taking shots, on goal, will be key in Orlando Pride's success.  So far, Jasmyne Spencer, Marta, Camila, Chioma Ubogagu, and Danica Evans have made their mark.  Who will be the next?

4.  Minimum number of weeks before Alex Morgan will be ready for action.  Fans have long awaited the return of the famed striker.  During a stint with the French club, Olympique Lyonnais, the USWNT star suffered a hamstring injury during the UEFA Champion's League Final.

3.  Losses.  Can the Orlando Pride turn around their winless streak on the road, this Saturday against the Houston Dash?

2.  Wins, so far, this season.  Both have occurred on home ground, proving the ladies need to find a win on the road to continue to be successful and climb the standings. Make sure you're there on June 24th, to cheer them on and watch them continue their unbeaten streak at home.

1.  Penalty Kick Goals on record.  During the last match, against the Boston Breakers, Marta made Orlando Pride history by scoring the first PKG.