Tip Montreal Impact - Toronto FC
Montreal Impact have a Canadian Championship match against York in midweek to get through before they can fully concentrate on the weekends action and Toronto will be hoping to take full advantage of their host’s busy schedule by claiming all three points on Sunday. Montreal Impact are looking to recover from back to back MLS defeats this weekend, while Toronto are desperate to start winning more games after picking up just one victory in their last six league games. Montreal Impact twice took the lead at home to Minnesota United last weekend but still came away with no points to show for their efforts. Jackson-Hamel opened the scoring in the very first minute for the hosts but their guests equalised eight minutes later. Montreal Impact moved back in front in the thirteenth minute thanks to a Camacho effort but a penalty in first-half stoppage time saw Minnesota United draw level once again. An early goal in the second half from Toye put Minnesota in front for the first time in the match and despite their best efforts Montreal Impact could not carve out an equalising goal and the scoreline ended 3-2. Toronto outplayed their hosts LA Galaxy for large parts of their match-up last time out, but despite seeing more of the ball and creating more goalscoring opportunities the visitors were eventually beaten by two late goals from the host’s talisman Ibrahimovic. Toronto remain seven points behind Montreal Impact and have two games in hand over their fellow Canadians and a win this weekend will give them great hope they can finish above them in the Eastern Conference this season. The recent head to head record between these two clubs and their form and performances over the last month or so, all points towards both teams scoring on Sunday and the likelihood that the match will end all square. Both teams scored in three of the last six meetings between these two clubs and both teams have won two of their last four encounters. Both teams scored in five of Montreal Impact’s and four of Toronto’s last six matches. Toronto have drawn three of their last six matches, which is why we’re backing a 1-1 draw between the two clubs this weekend.
Key points Montreal Impact - Toronto FC
Both teams should score on Sunday.
Toronto have drawn a lot of games of late.
A 1-1 draw is being backed here.
Conclusion Montreal Impact - Toronto FC
Taïder top scores for the home side this season with seven MLS goals, while Pozuelo, who also has seven league goals to his name, leads the way for Toronto. We’re confident that both teams will score on Sunday and have predicted a final scoreline of 1-1. Toronto have drawn a lot of games of late and the head to head record between the pair is close, while both teams have been involved in a large number of matches in recent weeks that have ended with both teams scoring.
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Montreal Impact Toronto FC Prediction published on July 12, 2019