Toronto FC vs. DC United – Prediction H2H (19.10.2019)

Preview and Teams Comparison.

Toronto FC are currently on a run of ten MLS games unbeaten (W4, D6). Nine of those matches have seen both teams score, with all of the draws falling into that category and seeing the first two match goals shared equally – inside the same half on four occasions. The above sequence also contains three straight home wins, as part of a sequence of five MLS home games unbeaten (W4, D1). All of those four victories have come by a one-goal margin, with eight of the 12 goals (scored either way) within that group of wins coming after the break.

By contrast, none of D.C. United’s last five MLS games have seen both teams score (W3, D2). Those wins saw most of the goalscoring action unfold in the first half, with five of the six goals they scored during the wins coming before the interval.
Additionally, the sight of both teams scoring on D.C.’s MLS road trips is a rarity. Ten of their last 14 MLS away games (W4, D4, L6) have seen at least one side fail to score, with three of the draws being goalless, amongst which is D.C.’s last trip to Toronto.

Match Info.

Competition: USA MLS – Play Offs – 1/8-finals
Kick off: 19.10.2019, 22:00 UTC.
Venue: BMO Field (Toronto).
Referee: Chapman A. (Usa).

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Quick Facts

  • D.C. forward Ola Kamara is the last man to score a brace in an away game for the visitors, with both goals arriving in the first half.
  • Alejandro Pozuelo (TOR) scored the opener in his last MLS home game, and his last four MLS home goals have come from a set piece or penalty.
  • Thirteen of Toronto’s last 15 MLS home games have seen both teams score inside at least one half.
  • Four of D.C’s last six goals scored during MLS wins have arrived inside the opening half-hour of play.
  • Three of D.C.’s last five away wins have seen them net three uninterrupted match goals inside one half.

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