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Toronto vs Montreal

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This Wednesday, Toronto FC and Montreal Impact face at the BMO Field, in Toronto, in a match for the 17th round of the 2015 Major League Soccer. This is a faceoff between two great Canadian rivals. Toronto FC is in the 4th position, with 19 points in 13 matches. Montreal Impact is in the 5th position, with 17 points, and has had irregular results, but they are currently in a good moment. These teams have met in the semi-final of the Canadian Championship. After a win for each team, Montreal Impact qualified since they score the most away goals.

Analysis of Toronto

So far Toronto FC has had a good season. They didn’t start well, since they had to play 8 consecutive away matches in the first rounds. Although they registered 4 consecutive losses in this period, they also won 3 matches. But they have improved in the last 8 rounds and won 5 matches, but in the last round they had a disappointing loss.
In a match against the worst team of the league, New York City FC, Toronto suffered under a close marking and lost 2-0. In this match, Sebastian Giovinco, considered one of the best of the league, didn’t play at his usual level, so the team didn’t perform as expected. They have had irregular results in away matches, so they need their offense to work well in this match, since a loss may result in a table drop.

Confirmed Lineup: C. Konopka, D. Perquis, W. Creavalle, E. Zavaleta, J. Morrow, M. Delgado, J. Osorio, C. Warner, M. Bradley, J. Altidore, S. Giovinco.
Coach: G. Vanney.

Analysis of Montreal Impact

This hasn’t been a typical season for Montreal Impact. They won their first MLS match in the 5th round, but have improved since then. In the beginning of the championship they had to postpone a few matches, because they played the CONCACAF Champions League, a competition in which they reached the final and lost against América, from Mexico. In the last 7 matches for the MLS, they have won 5, so they entered the playoff qualification zone. Their only losses in this period have been in away matches, so they now face another difficult away match against a rival.
Their away record isn’t great. In the first 5 rounds they didn’t score any goals and so far they have scored only 3 goals in away matches, an average 4 times lower than their home record. In the last round Impact had a good exhibition and won 2-0. They now wish to present the same quality and get a precious away win.

Confirmed Lineup: E. Bush, B. Soumaré, A. Oyongo, L. Ciman, D. Toia, M. Tissot, I. Piatti, A. Romero, M. Donadel, N. Reo-Coker, J. McInerney.
Coach: M. Biello.

Betting suggestion:

This is a match between two teams of similar styles, with great tactical balance, so there is no clear favourite, although the odds indicate the home team as favourites. However, we expect a balanced match, with goal opportunities for both teams, so the best bet is that both teams will score.

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MLS - 2015

  • 100% 357 / 357 Games

  • Home team wins 54.62%
  • Draws 20.73%
  • Away team wins 24.65%
  • Over 1.5 75.91%
  • Over 2.5 54.06%
  • Over 3.5 28.29%
  • Goals 980
  • Goals /match 2.75
  • Goals /match home 1.67
  • Goals /match away 1.08
  • Both teams score 54.06%
  • Goals after 80' 17.24%
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