Seven of their last nine meetings have produced home wins, with RSL's 1-0 victory in Canada nine years ago the only road win since 2007. Toronto FC are aiming to win three consecutive MLS matches for the first time since October 2020.
Both teams to score is 4/6.
Bobby Wood is 9/2 to break the deadlock and 17/10 to score anytime.
Alejandro Pozuelo is 9/1 to open the scoring and 16/5 to score anytime.
Toronto FC might just be finding some form under Bob Bradley.
Last weekend, TFC beating reigning champions New York City 2-1 at home with Jesús Jiménez breaking the deadlock, followed by an own goal.
This is back-to-back victories for the Reds, both at home, having beaten D.C. United by the same scoreline before the international break.
TFC had made a slow start to the season, accumulating just one point from their first three games, but are now above the play-off line in the east.
However, Toronto have only won two of their last 21 MLS away games, needing to improve on that record.
Real Salt Lake meanwhile have made a blistering start to the campaign over in the west so sit second, below only LAFC.
Last Saturday, RSL drew 1-1 with Rocky Mountain Cup rivals Colorado Rapids thanks to Pablo Ruíz's emphatic penalty in Denver.
Pablo Mastroeni's side won three in-a-row in March but are now winless in two with their only defeat so far coming in Kansas a fortnight ago.
Will the Claret and Cobalt get back to winning ways at Rio Tinto Stadium?
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