The last 15 meetings between these two have produced 51 goals. Philadelphia have only won one of their last nine trips to Toronto, but that victory did come in 2019.
Both teams to score is 7/10.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 11/10.
Philadelphia to win and over 2.5 goals is 3/1.
Dániel Gazdag is 17/2 to break the deadlock and 11/4 to score anytime.
Unbeaten and five points clear at the top of the Eastern Conference: Philadelphia Union.
Last weekend, Jim Curtin's side won again, this time beating Columbus Crew 1-0 in Chester, courtesy of a calamitous second minute own goal by the visiting goalkeeper.
So, since drawing 1-1 with Minnesota Union on the opening weekend, the Union have won all five matches, scoring nine and conceding just once.
This is the longest winning streak in Philadelphia's history, seeking to extend it in Ontario.
As for Toronto FC, their start to the season can best be described as mixed.
Last weekend, the Reds held Real Salt Lake to a 2-2 draw with Kosi Thompson and then Jayden Nelson on target in Utah.
Experienced defender Carlos Salcedo was sent off late on, meaning TFC had to had to hold on for the final eight minutes, including injury time, a man light.
So, since Bob Bradley's arrival in Canada over the off-season, Toronto have won two, lost two and drawn two with both victories coming at home.
Will Toronto leap above the play-off line or will the Union's winning streak continue at BMO Field?
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