New England Revolution to win is 13/20.
New England Revolution to win and both teams to score is 2/1.
Carlos Gil is 13/2 to break the deadlock and 7/4 to score anytime.
Toronto FC’s week can best be summed up by Star Wars movies. Almost.
Last weekend represented a new hope, whereas Tuesday’s match witnessed an attack of the caps.
Seven days ago, TFC demolished Charlotte 4-0 at BMO Field, with all the goals coming in the first half.
Jonathan Osorio broke the deadlock after just four minutes before Michael Bradley scored an unlikely brace.
Federico Bernardeschi, on debut, fired home the third; he and fellow Italian Lorenzo Insigne featured in red for the first time in that on.
This game was the first time in 302 days TFC had kept an MLS clean sheet, while it’s the first time they’ve ever scored 4+ in a first half.
Bernardeschi is also the first MLS player to score and provide an assist on debut for 13 years.
However, the new-found bubble of optimism then burst in Tuesday night’s Canadian Championship Final.
The Reds were facing Vancouver at BC Place and looked set for defeat, only for Lukas MacNaughton to snatch a late equaliser.
However, in the subsequent shootout, Osorio was the only man to miss at the Whitecaps lifted the Voyagers Cup.
Back in MLS, can Bob Bradley’s men bounce back?
New England Revolution, like their visitors, are currently below the Eastern Conference play-off line.
Bruce Arena’s team battled to a goalless draw in Columbus last weekend, but are now winless in five.
So, the Revs very much need to win this one in Foxborough.