Four of the last five meetings between the Crew and TFC have produced victories for the home side. In fact, their last 11 encounters have witnessed 34 goals.
So, both teams to score is 7/10.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 11/10.
Columbus to win and over 2.5 goals is 11/8.
Can Columbus Crew continue their positive start to the campaign?
In week one, the Black & Gold enjoyed a statement victory start to the season, hammering Vancouver Whitecaps 4-0 at home.
Then, last weekend, they took on San Jose Quakes in California and looked like making it two wins from two.
Despite falling behind early, two wonder strikes from Lucas Zelarayán, along with a poacher's finish from Gyasi Zardes, had the Crew 3-1 up and in command.
But, despite being two goals up and a man up, Columbus threw away this advantage, conceding a 96th minute header, thereby drawing 3-3.
After that late collapse at PayPal Park, can Caleb Porter's men bounce back on home soil?
If Columbus supporters think they had a bad weekend seven days ago, they should chat to their counterparts north of the boarder in Toronto.
In the Reds' home opener for 2022, they were demolished 4-1 by New York Red Bulls at BMO Field, with all five goals coming in a frantic first half.
Jesús Jiménez first goal in MLS, making it 2-1 at that point, a rare memorable moment for TFC on the day.
So, Bob Bradley has accumulated just one point from his first games as Toronto boss, having held FC Dallas to a draw in Frisco in week one.
Will TFC's winless start continue at Lower.com Field?
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