Toronto FC - Atlas
Leagues Cup - BMO Field
*These betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Free Atlas vs Toronto Predictions and Betting Lines
The first-ever clash between Atlas and Toronto will be held on the 31st of July at BMO Field. Without coach Bob Bradley, will Toronto get the better of Atlas? Let’s see what the experts have to say in their Atlas vs Toronto betting tips.
1-0 to Atlas
- The Mexicans’ opening Leagues Cup match versus New York City ended 1-0 in their favor.
- Three of the Canucks’ last four Major League Soccer matches ended in 1-0 defeats.
- Toronto recorded six consecutive losses in MLS before the Leagues Cup tournament began.
Under 0.5 Toronto Goals
- With barely 18 Major League Soccer goals, Toronto have the 2nd-worst attacking record in the league.
- In five of Toronto’s last six MLS games, the players couldn’t score a single goal.
- Atlas kept two consecutive clean sheets.
Key Atlas vs Toronto Head-to-Head Statistics and Betting Odds
In this portion of our Atlas vs Toronto prediction, we’ll introduce you to the best Atlas vs Toronto odds out there.
Atlas odds: +195 – 37.0%
Draw odds: +245 – 28.0%
Toronto odds: +135 – 45.0%
Price at +540, our 1-0 to Atlas betting tip has a tempting 15.63% likelihood, while Under 0.5 Toronto Goals doubles that at 34.85%. It hardly comes as a surprise that Toronto are the bookmakers’ expected winners ahead of this game. After all, the Canucks have the home-field advantage. This gives them a 45.0% win probability, while Atlas’ keep a 37.0% However, we believe that the Mexican visitors have the three points up for grabs, so even a draw at +245 seems a bit far-fetched.
Atlas vs Toronto Lineups & Team News
If we disregard the misfortunate 1-0 Monterrey loss, Atlas are having one hell of a season. Sure, it’s too early to give any final estimations, but with two victories, two draws, and only one loss in five games, we could definitely say coach Benjamin Mora’s boys are on the right track. They were even close to pipping Spanish side Sporting Gijon 2-1 a few weeks ago, but luck wasn’t on their side.
Predicted lineup – Vargas (GK), Reyes, Santamaria, Nervo, Abella, Martinez, Rocha, Garcia, Guzman, Caicedo & Aguirre
With six consecutive losses in their Major League Tournament hustle, the Canucks are definitely among the most troubled sides these days. Coach Bob Bradley was sacked due to some poor results, and we all saw what that led to – even worse performances by Toronto.
Predicted lineup – Johnson (GK), Petretta, Rosted, O’Neill, Franklin, Kerr, Ibarra, Osorio, Marshall-Rutty, Sapong & Akinola
Player to Watch: Federico Bernardeschi
The atomic Italian duo is clicking well these days. The Lorenzo Insigne – Federico Bernardeschi partnership will most likely receive minutes in the second half of the game against Atlas, as coach Terry Dunfield really can’t make any more errors.
Federico had a fantastic start with his new club, scoring thrice and supplying teammates with two valuable assists. We believe that the former Juventus star has the required potential to jeopardize our Atlas vs Toronto predictions.
*Starting lineups are usually announced 1hr before the kick-off