These two have met six times in Major League Soccer with Toronto winning on four occasions but Cincinnati winning the other two. These games have produced 19 goals.
Over 2.5 goals is 13/20.
Over 2.5 goals and both teams to score is 10/11.
Toronto FC to win and over 2.5 goals is 13/8.
Jesús Jiménez is 5/1 to break the deadlock and 7/5 to add to his six goals already this season.
After a truly bonkers defeat in Queens last weekend, can Toronto FC get back on track?
Last Sunday, TFC faced champions New York City at Citi Field, and raced into a shock 2-0 lead in the Big Apple.
Jesús Jiménez with a quick-fore brace, taking his tally to six for this season, more than any TFC played managed in the entire 2021 campaign.
But then, the Reds collapsed, conceding five times in the 37 minute spree either side of half time.
Late on, Deandre Kerr made it 5-3 and Michael Bradley's 90th minute header, making it 5-4, was unable to spark a comeback.
Before this, Bob Bradley's men had enjoyed a four-match unbeaten run, accumulating ten points, to climb above the Eastern Conference play-off line.
Back in Ontario, will Toronto get back to winning ways?
FC Cincinnati meantime slipped to the foot of the east, despite a spirited display.
Luciano Acosta's smart finished open the scoring for the Orange and Blue, but they were eventually beaten 2-1 by LAFC at TQL Stadium.
This means Cincinnati have now lost more MLS home matches (7) then they've won (6) when taking the lead.
For Pat Noonan's team, since enjoying back-to-back wins in March, they've accumulated just one point from their subsequent four outings.
This is the first of two meetings between Toronto and Cincinnati in the space of just four days, with the two reconvening in Ohio on Wednesday.
Will the Canadian club be too strong at BMO Field?
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