Two sides at the bottom half of the Major League Soccer table will lock horns this weekend when New England Revolution hosts Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium. Match day schedules for July 31 at 03:00 EAT.
New England Revolution will be looking to return to the winning ways after a four game winless run in the league. The host has dropped the table to the 10th place in the Eastern Conference with 26 points level with Chicago and Toronto FC. At home, New England is however on a great form currently unbeaten in seven games.
New Eng. Revolution prepare for this fixture off the back of 0-0 MLS draw versus Columbus Crew in their most encounter. In that game, New Eng. Revolution had 42% possession and five shots with two of them on target while Columbus Crew got 17 shots with seven of them on target.
Toronto FC on the other side has been one of the strugglers in the Eastern Conference since last season; they are currently in the 13th place of 14 with 22 points after 22 matches. In their campaign this season they have recorded six wins against 12 loses and four draws. Coming into this game, Toronto has picked up four points from their last five games both home and away.
Toronto FC shared spoils 1-1 Canadian Championship with Vancouver Whitecaps in their previous match. In that game, Toronto FC had 72% possession, 18 shots with six of them on target and a goal scored by Lukas MacNaughton (75′). Vancouver Whitecaps got 14 shots with five of them on target and a goal by Brian White (19′). Vancouver Whitecaps won the match 3-5 after penalty shootout.
New Eng. Revolution vs. Toronto FC head to head
There have been 35 head to head encounters between these two sides since 2007. New England claims 14 victories, Toronto FC 10 victories while 11 other matches played out draws.
- Toronto 1-2 New England 15/08/21
- New England 2-3 Toronto 08/07/21
- New England 0-1 Toronto 08/10/20
- Toronto 0-0 New England 21/07/20
- New England 1-1 Toronto 01/09/19
- Columbus 0-0 New England
- Philadelphia 2-1 New England
- New York City 4-2 New England
- New England 2-2 Cincinnati
- Vancouver 0-0 New England
- Vancouver 5-3 Toronto
- Toronto 4-0 Charlotte
- Montreal 1-0 Toronto
- Chicago 2-0 Toronto
- Toronto 2-2 San Jose
New Eng. Revolution team news
Boss Bruce Arena has not confirmed any injury or suspension concerns ahead of this game.
Toronto FC team news
Bob Bradley has well has a fully fit squad ready for this meeting.
Prediction and odds
We are backing low scoring draw here, both teams are struggling for three points in their recent matches.
- Goals under 2.5
- Both teams to score (No)