In this article, we will take a look at the match data for the upcoming Toronto vs Chicago Fire fixture. If you want to see more MLS odds and predictions, check out our website.
Latest Odds & Predictions for Toronto vs Chicago Fire
After going over the data, we came up with the following free betting picks and betting lines for the Toronto vs Chicago Fire on Sunday. All odds are from Betfred and are correct at the time of writing. Before you place any of these wagers, make sure to double-check the odds because they are subject to change.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
Four of the last five matches for Chicago Fire and two of the last three games for Toronto ended with a BTTS outcome. We think that Sunday’s match can also end that way considering their head-to-head history. Three of the last five matches they played together also ended with both teams scoring goals.
Match Result – Toronto to Win
Toronto won three of the last five matches they played against Chicago Fire, and we think that they will win Sunday's match, as well. Toronto lost only one of the last three matches they played, while Chicago Fire hasn’t even won a game these last two months.
Toronto vs Chicago Fire: Lineups and Injuries for Both Squads
In this section, you can check out the most recent lineups and squad changes for both Toronto and Chicago Fire.
Some of Toronto's players healed, but there are still three injured ones for this weekend's game. Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty, Chris Mavinga, and Noble Okello aren't healed yet, but there are no suspended players at this time.
Chicago Fire's Lineups
Three of Chicago Fire's players are also out with various injuries and won't be able to play this weekend – Javier Casas, Spencer Richey, and Rafael Czichos. They also don't have any suspended players right now.
Recent Team Form & Statistics for Toronto vs Chicago Fire
Below, you can check out the most recent team form and head-to-head statistics for the Toronto vs Chicago Fire match.
Toronto vs Chicago Fire: Fixture Preview
Toronto and Chicago Fire are both at the bottom of the Eastern Conference with only one point difference. We think that the Sunday game will end in Toronto's favor because they hold the head-to-head advantage in recent years and because their recent form is slightly better. We also think that both teams will score during Sunday's game.
Prevalent Q&As for the Toronto vs Chicago Fire Match
- What time is the match going to start? – The fixture will begin at 01:00 on the 29th of May (Sunday).
- Where is the match going to be played? – The fixture will be played at BMO Field (Toronto, Ontario).
- Where can I watch the match live? – The fixture will be broadcasted in the USA via WGN TV, CF97 Live, and ESPN+. In Canada, you can watch it via TSN1 and online via the TSN mobile app and website.