- DC United have claimed only one win in their last five MLS fixtures.
- Toronto conceded in nine of their 13 wins in the 2019 MLS season.
- Toronto’s matches featured an average of 3.21 goals per game last season.
Canadians look to replicate playoff heroics
Toronto are among the outright market leaders for the MLS is Back Tournament and we predict they can start their campaign with victory over DC United in Orlando.
The break in the season has meant Toronto can now welcome back key midfielder Michael Bradley, who missed the first two games of 2020, and with Alejandro Pozuelo, Jozy Altidore and Pablo Piatti in front of him, the Canadians have the makings of a dangerous unit.
Toronto have lost only one of their previous seven meetings against DC United, who had their attacking armoury weakened by the losses of Wayne Rooney and Luciano Acosta in the winter and lost to the club from Canada 5-1 in last year’s MLS playoffs.
Goals were a common feature of Toronto’s 2019 campaign with both teams scoring in 24 of their 34 matches and 2-1, a scoreline which featured in both of DC United’s matches in 2020, could be the best correct score prediction.
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