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Toronto vs NYCFC

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Toronto and New York City face at the BMO Field, Toronto, in a match for the Major League Soccer.
These two teams have never met before, however, analysing their records we expect a balanced macth.

Analysis of Toronto

Toronto arrives at this match with an interesting series of results: 4 wins in the last 5 MLS matches. In the last match they won 1-2 in an away match against leaders DC United. They are in the 4th position of the East Conference, with 19 points.
Toronto hasn’t played many home matchers yet, so we can’t draw many conclusions about their ability to use the home advantage. But in the 3 matches at their stadium they have a record of 2 wins and 1 loss.
Their best period is the last 15’ minutes of the matches, in which they have scored 7 goals and conceded only 1.
Probable line-up: Chris Konopka; justin Morrow, Eriq Zavaleta, Danien Perquis, Ashtone Morgan; Benoît Cheyrou, Warren Creavalle, Collen Warner, Jonathan Osorio; Sebastian Giovinco, Luke Moore.
Coach: Greg Vanney

Confirmed Lineup: C. Konopka, D. Perquis, J. Morrow, E. Zavaleta, A. Morgan, C. Warner, J. Osorio, B. Cheyrou, M. Bradley, L. Moore, S. Giovinco.
Coach: G. Vanney.

Analysis of New York City

David Villa’s team arrives at this match after having been eliminated from the USA Cup by their biggest rivals, New York Cosmos. After a 2-2 at the end of the 90’, NYC lost in the penalty shootout. In the MLS, NYC is in the 10th position, with 14 points.
After 11 matches with no wins, New York City seems to have found the right track again and have two consecutive wins against Philadelphia and Montreal.
Jason Kreis’s team has problems in away matches, since they have only opened up the score once and were unable to hold on to the lead.
Probable Line-up: Josh Saunders; Allen, Shay Facey, Jason Hernández, Chris Wingert; Andrew Jacobson, Mix Diskerud,Thomas McNamara, Ned Grabavoy; Patrick Mullins, David Villa.
Coach: Jason Kreis

Confirmed Lineup: J. Saunders, J. Hernández, R. Allen, S. Facey, C. Wingert, M. Diskerud, M. Ballouchy, N. Grabavoy, A. Jacobson, T. McNamara, David Villa.
Coach: J. Kreis.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that there will be a few goals. New York City needs to win to improve their league standing, so they are likely to take a few offensive risks. Therefore, we expect goal opportunities for both teams and a match with a few goals.

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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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