Toronto FC play their home games at BMO Field. They are backed by a raucous fan base. The franchise has come a long way since 2007, when they were cemented to the foot of the league table for the first few seasons. Toronto’s losing ways are well and truly behind them and this franchise has a lot to look forward to. Toronto FC made the playoffs for the first time in 2015 but fell in comprehensive fashion, 0-3 on aggregate, to the Montreal. However, they almost won it all in 2016, losing at home in the final on penalties to Seattle.
Toronto FC Betting Lines Today
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Toronto FC Scores & Schedule
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Toronto FC Standings Right Now
Toronto will be in the hunt for the MLS Cup for years to come. Take a look how the team from north of the border are progressing throughout the season.
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|2||New York Red Bulls||57||34||16||9||9||61||44||17|
|3||New York City FC||54||34||15||9||10||62||57||5|
|8||Real Salt Lake||46||34||12||10||12||44||46||-2|
How To Win At Toronto FC Betting
Toronto made it all the way to the finals in 2016, mostly thanks to their defensive structure. Toronto had the best defensive record in the Eastern Conference, as the team allowed only 39 goals in 34 league games. The Red Bulls, who conceded 43, allowed the second fewest. That’s quite the discrepancy atop the table. They were solid at home and were one of two teams who won as many on the road as they lost. The complete package, there’s no wonder Toronto were able to advance all the way to the final game of the season.
Had they not run into a sizzling hot Seattle unit, Toronto would have surely lifted their first MLS trophy. Toronto are a solid futures bet for years to come as they are also strong in attack. They’ve got primary and secondary scoring and are solid in the middle of the pitch.
Standing at 5′ 4, Italian striker Sebastian Giovinco, is considerably short in stature for an MLS player. While he maybe small in size, it doesn’t prevent him from being a powerful force on attack, especially on free kicks. Giovinco’s offensive capability earned him the nickname – “Atomic Ant” – during his career with Juventus FC.
Giovinco is bound to score a lot of goals as he loves to unleash his devastating shot from just about anywhere on the pitch.