The teams will have to do their best to get the three points that they failed to add on the last date. The last result of the local team was a draw at 1, while the visit lost its last game of the tournament.
On the previous date, Toronto FC went away with just one point after getting a 1-for-1 draw against Columbus Crew SC. With 1 draw and 1 game lost, this is how the recent history advances in the current season of the tournament, with 4 goals scored and 5 against in those games.
Inter Miami fell 0-1 to New York City FC.
Alex Chilowicz was appointed as the main referee for the match at BMO Field.
Toronto FC lineup today
Bob Bradley fielded a 4-5-1 lineup with Sean Johnson defending goal; Matt Hedges, Sigurd Rosted, Richie Laryea and Raoul Petretta at the back; Mark-Anthony Kaye, Michael Bradley, Federico Bernardeschi, Jonathan Osorio and Brandon Servania in midfield; and with Deandre Kerr in attack.
Inter Miami formation today
For his part, Phil Neville came out to play with a 4-4-2 strategy, with Drake Callender in goal; Christopher McVey, Harvey Neville, Serhiy Kryvtsov, Franco Negri on the defensive line; Jean Mota, Bryce Duke, Rodolfo Pizarro and Nicolás Stefanelli in midfield; and Corentin Jean and Josef Martínez up front.
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