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  • Toronto FC at CF Montreal tips for Friday, August 27
  • Kick-off is slated for 19:30 ET at Stade Saputo
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Toronto FC at CF Montreal Picks & Betting Tips 


This contest is the first game for both teams following the all-star break.

Montreal are on a three-game unbeaten streak and can get the better of a slumping Toronto team.

  • CF Montreal are unbeaten in their last 3 games
  • Toronto FC are winless in the last 6 matches, losing the last 3
  • Toronto is 0-2-4 in August with a -7 goal differential (5-12)

Head-to-Head


  • CF Montreal defeated Toronto FC 4-2 in Ft. Lauderdale on April 17
  • CF Montreal has won each of the last two meetings
  • Toronto FC leads the all-time series 14-4-13

Toronto FC Form & Injury Report


Toronto are on a season-high 6 match winless stretch, which includes a three-game losing streak marking the third time that the Reds have lost that many this season.

TFC began the month with a 1-1 draw against Nashville SC. The Reds were then shut out by Philadelphia (3-0) before they got another draw against NYCFC (2-2).

Toronto fell to New England 2-1 on Aug. 14 and then was shutout by Atlanta (1-0) on Aug. 18.

Toronto is 2-1-9 on the road this year with a -14 goal (25-11) differential.

Jonathan Osorio leads the Reds with 4 goals with Ayo Akinola next at 3 scores. Yeferson Soteldo tops the squad with 5 assists, while Michael Bradley and Alejandro Pozuelo each have 4 assists. 

Quentin Westberg (0-1-3, 2.5 GAA, 60 SV%, 0 CS) has started the last two games in net for the Reds. Alex Bono (3-5-9,2.0 GAA, 59 SV%, 3 CS) has started 17 contests.      

  • Ralph Priso-Mbongue will miss the remainder of the season due to an ankle injury
  • Jozy Altidore has missed the last 4 matches with a knee injury
  • Tsubasa Endoh is out with a lower-body injury
  • Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty has been out for much of the season (undisclosed).
  • Dom Dwyer has been out since Aug. 2 with a lower-body injury
  • Ayo Akinola is out with an ACL injury

CF Montreal Form & Injury Report


Montreal are unbeaten in its last three matches, matching the team’s second-longest streak. 

Montreal is coming off a disappointing 1-1 draw to Philadelphia as the Union knotted the score in the 87th minute. Djordje Mihalovic netted a goal for Montreal in stoppage time of the first half. 

The Impact are 1-3-1 this month, having scored 6 goals and given up 6 goals.

Montreal started this month with a 2-2 draw against Atlanta. Montreal then split its next two contests by the same 2-1 margin, falling at DC and defeating New York at home.

The Impact and Cincinnati played to a 0-0 draw prior to the Philadelphia contest. 

The Impact are 2-1-0 in 3 games at Stade Saputo with a +2 goal differential (9-7). 

Mason Toye leads the squad with 7 goals, and Mihalovic is second with 4. Mihalovic also tops the team with 6 assists, while Romell Quioto and Joaquin Torres each have totaled 4 assists. 

Sebastian Breza (1-1-1, 1 GAA, 75 SV%, 1 CS) has started each of the last 4 games in the net. James Pantemis ( 4-2-3, 1.44 GAA, 63.9 SV%, 2 CS) has appeared in nine games. Jonathan Sirois (0-0-0) was recently called up from Valour FC. 

  • Mason Touye injured his shoulder on Aug. 21 and is out for several months
  • Romell Quioto, who has been out since July 20, is questionable for the game against Toronto
  • Robert Thorkelsson is out 8-12 after having sports hernia surgery
  • Ahmed Hamdi is questionable with a quadricep injury
  • Lassi Lappalainen is questionable with a groin injury

Toronto FC at CF Montreal FAQs

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Verdict

Toronto have been awful on offensive and careless on defense, particularly of late. Toronto has been terrible away from home and has not put a ball in the back of the net in three straight away games.

Montreal has been a scoring machine at Stade Saputo this year, producing an average of 3 goals a game, and the Impact have tightened up their defense lately. They can take this.

Best Bet: CF Montreal Moneyline @-111.11 at bet365 Sport NJ - 2 Units
Value Bet: -2.5 Total Goals @120 at bet365 Sport NJ - 1 Unit

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