Toronto have already beaten New York City 2-1 this season, meaning they're unbeaten in three fixtures against them. However, TFC have only ever won three of ten trips to the Bronx.
Both teams to score is 4/5.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 11/10.
NYCFC to win and over 2.5 goals is 20/21.
Valentín Castellanos become the first New York City player ever to score four in one match last weekend. He is 5/2 to break the deadlock and 4/7 to score anytime.
After last weekend's statement victory over Real Salt Lake, will the champions win again?
Seven days ago, New York City demolished RSL 6-0 in the Bronx.
Valentín Castellanos scoring four, including two penalties, with Thiago Andrade netting the other two.
This is the joint-biggest victory in NYCFC's history, alongside a win of the same scoreline over D.C. United last season.
Ronny Deila will be delighted by the reaction of his players after they'd been knocked out the CONCACAF Champions League by Seattle four days earlier.
Back in MLS, the reigning champions are down in tenth, but could climb above the play-off line with a victory here.
As for Toronto FC, many had high expectations for them this season and, perhaps, they're starting to find their feet.
Last weekend, Bob Bradley's men came from a goal down to beat Eastern Conference leaders Philadelphia Union 2-1 at BMO Field.
Jesús Jiménez equalising before Alejandro Pozuelo, in trademark Pozuelo fashion, struck the decisive go-ahead goal in an impressive win.
This win means TFC have now accumulated ten points from the last 12 on offer and are now up to fifth.
With Yankee Stadium unavailable, this game will take place at Citi Field in Queens, home of the New York Mets.
In unfamiliar surrounds, which recent MLS Cup winners will win this heavyweight clash?
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