Toronto FC are unbeaten in 14 meetings with Chicago, winning ten of these, including each of the last three. The Fire's last victory against TFC came seven years ago, prevailing 3-2 at their former home SeatGeek Stadium.
Both teams to score is 7/10.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 1/1.
Toronto FC to win is 17/4.
Toronto FC to win and over 2.5 goals is 13/2.
These two clubs are bottom and third bottom of the Eastern Conference, so both are in desperate need of three points.
Of the two, Toronto FC are two points better off and are far more likely to make a late play-off push.
At the weekend, the Reds were held to a 2-2 draw by San Jose Earthquakes at BMO Field, conceding the equaliser in the second minute of stoppage time.
Jonathan Osorio had scored the go-ahead goal, his fifth of the season, making this his second-most productive campaign already, after 2018.
Bob Bradley's team are still yet to win on the road in MLS since he arrived in the off-season, so will TFC change that in Illinois?
Well, if Toronto are going to win anywhere, it'll surely come in the Windy City.
That's because Chicago Fire were beaten again on Saturday, this time losing 3-2 to fellow-strugglers Columbus Crew at home.
This was the first time the Fire had scored multiple goals in a first half since October 2021, but it was in vain.
Ezra Hendrickson's side have now lost ten of their last 14 outings, only beating D.C. United and Philadelphia Union since 19 March.
Who will claim a much-needed win at Solider Field?
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