Both meetings in 2021 resulted in draws, 1-1 in the Bronx and then 2-2 in Ontario. Before this, NYCFC had won their previous two trips to Toronto.
Both teams to score is 4/7.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 20/21.
New York City FC to win and over 2.5 goals is 9/4.
Valentín Castellanos is 7/2 to break the deadlock and 20/21 to score anytime.
Can Toronto FC build on their first victory of the season?
Last weekend, Bob Bradley claimed his first win as TFC boss with his side coming from behind to beat D.C. United 2-1 in Ontario.
2020 MVP Alejandro Pozuelo equalising from close-range before home-town hero Jonathan Osorio bundled in the winner just after half time.
In all, the Reds now have four points from four games so are down in 12th in the Eastern Conference.
Just two places higher are reigning MLS Cup champions New York City FC who also have just four points on the board.
The Pigeons suffered their first home defeat since September before the international window, going down 2-0 to Philadelphia Union.
So, NYCFC's only MLS win so far came against a generally hopeless Club de Football Montréal a week earlier.
In fairness, Ronny Deila's side have been prioritising the CONCACAF Champions League.
So far, they've hammered Santos de Guápiles and edged out Comunicaciones on away goals, so will take on Seattle Sounders in the semi-finals later this month.
Who will claim three crucial MLS points at BMO Field?
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