Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC, USA.
Charlotte FC and Toronto FC occupy the bottom of the Eastern Conference and MLS tables. Charlotte FC however are on the same points as Inter Miami in 13th place, while Toronto FC are 10 points adrift of both clubs.
Charlotte are coming off back-to-back defeats while Toronto have lost their last 4 games in a row.Grab Your Signup Bonus
Charlotte FC have continued in their struggles in the final part of the season and with just a few games left to go, they can only hope for better results after a streak of poor results. Charlotte FC have failed to win any of their last 6 games, playing 4 draws and losing 2 games.
They lost their last game against New England Revolution at the Gillette Stadium. Karol Swiderski equalized to bring Charlotte FC level in the 84th minute, but they conceded the second goal a minute later that ended the game in a defeat.
Charlotte played a 2-2 draw with Toronto FC at the BMO Field back in April. Charlotte FC had both goals from Benjamin Bender and Kamil Jozwiak to cancel out Toronto's 2-goal lead.
- No wins in 6 games.
- Without a clean sheet in 3 games.
- Both teams scored in 5/7 games.
Toronto FC are likely going to end the campaign with the least point from both Conferences. They sit at the bottom of the table with 22 points from 31 games and 4 points adrift of Colorado on the MLS table.
They have managed only 4 wins all season, along with 10 draws and 17 defeats. They lost their last 4 games in a row against Vancouver Whitecaps, Inter Miami, New York City and Cincinnati FC.
They came close to ending the losing streak against Cincinnati, with Jonathan Osorio scoring a brace to bring the game level in the first half. But they conceded the third goal in the second half and ultimately lost the game 3-2.
Toronto FC faced Charlotte FC back in April and they were first to lead the game with 2 goals from Federico Bernardeschi and Michael Bradley before Charlotte FC equalized to end the game as a draw.
- Losses in 4 games
- Without a clean sheet in 17 games.
- More than 2.5 goals in 5/5 games.
- First to concede in 8/10 games.
- Less than 4.5 cards in 9/10 games.
- Less than 10.5 corners in 8/10 games.
Head to Head
Toronto FC and Charlotte FC have played only 3 games against each other. Toronto FC won 2 games and 1 game ended in a draw.
- Toronto FC have not lost in 3 games.
- Charlotte FC are without a clean sheet in 3 games.
Analysis and Predictions
With the current form of both teams, it is difficult to predict the direction this game is heading to. We can only hope Charlotte FC apply the home advantage and try to snatch a win, but that would be risky as their form remains appaling in both home and away games. Both teams exchanged goals the last time they met. This game should follow along the same lines, considering the fact that both defenses are known for conceding cheap goals.
- More than 2.5 Goals at 1.60 Odds
- Both Teams to Score at 1.70 Odds
- Correct Score 2-1 at 8.50 Odds