Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 1/1.
Ayo Akinola is 6/1 to break the deadlock and 7/4 to score anytime.
If Toronto FC are to make a late play-off push, it’s going to have to start soon.
Last weekend, TFC were beaten 1-0 by Club de Foot Montréal in the Canadian Classique, rarely threatening at Stade Saputo.
This means the Reds are now winless in five matches, losing four of them, slipping down to second bottom in the east.
The only good news is the imminent debuts for both Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi.
With the two Italian superstars primed and ready, can Bob Bradley’s team start to climb the standings?
Charlotte FC meantime looked set for an impressive away victory at Inter Miami.
Yordy Reyna broke the deadlock after just 26 seconds, the second-fastest goal in MLS since 2017, before he doubled their lead on the cusp of half time.
However, the Herons scored thrice in the final half hour, including in the third minute of stoppage time, thereby snatching the victory.
Before this, Christian Lattanzio’s side had enjoyed back-to-back wins, including their very first on the road at Houston.
However, Queen City are now below the play-off line, needing to bounce back at BMO Field.