Canada’s most decorated club takes on the United States’ most successful team in a crucial clash at BMO Field.
Toronto FC appeared to be dead and buried this season, until their Italian revolution began in late-July.
On Saturday, both Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi were on target in a 2-0 TFC victory over Charlotte in North Carolina.
Those two have both scored three times for the Reds, with that their seventh MLS appearance for the club.
So, Bob Bradley’s team have now taken 14 points from their last seven matches, only losing to Inter Miami since Insigne and Bernardeschi both debuted.
However, the 2017 treble winners remain tenth in the east and, with just six games to go, can’t afford too many slip ups if they’re to sneak into the top seven.
Over in the west, LA Galaxy are above the play-off line, but only just.
Daniel Aguirre and Javier Hernández were both on target early as the Galaxy beat New England Revolution 2-1 in Foxborough on Sunday night.
Riqui Puig, who’s recently arrived from Barcelona, staring in his first MLS start.
This means Greg Vanney’s team are unbeaten in three and sit in the final Western Conference play-off place, one point clear of Portland.
Who will claim three massive points in Ontario?