Nashville SC vs Toronto MLS Betting Prediction

MLS Nashville SC vs Toronto Prediction 6/19/2024

Nashville SC (4-5-8) travel to face off against Toronto (7-8-3) on Wednesday, June 19th. This match will be played at BMO Field in Toronto, ON. Nashville SC is coming off a draw while Toronto is coming off a loss. The match is scheduled for 7:30 PM ET.

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Nashville SC Is Coming Off A Draw

Nashville SC will be looking to get back in the win column after playing to a draw vs. the New York Red Bulls. This match was played on the road, and despite not getting the win, they were a big underdog of +370. The payout for a draw was +240.

Heading into their last match, the over/under line was set at 2.5 goals, and the two clubs didn’t come close to this number, finishing with a combined goal total of zero. This was the case despite the match taking place in a city where the Red Bulls had the home-field advantage.

Overall, Nashville SC took six shots, but none of these attempts were on goal. They had two corner kicks, and on the offensive end, no player finished with an assist. Defensively, Nashville blocked two shots and intercepted seven passes.

In their last three matches, Nashville SC has gone 1-1-1. They are currently 9th in the Eastern Conference, tied with the Philadelphia Union with 20 points. On June 15th, they played to a 0-0 draw against the New York Red Bulls. Their last win came on May 29th, when they defeated FC Cincinnati 2-0. After this match against Toronto, they will return home to face New York City FC on June 23rd.

Toronto Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

Hosting the Chicago Fire FC, Toronto will be looking to bounce back from a 4-1 loss. This match took place on their home pitch, and even though they lost, they were the slight favorite at -107. The five combined goals surpassed the over/under line of 2.5 goals.

Toronto’s only goal was scored by Lorenzo Insigne, who took a total of eight shots and four shots on goal. No other player for Toronto finished with more than one shot on goal, and as a whole, they took 15 shots.

On the defensive end, things weren’t much better for Toronto, as they allowed four goals on eight shots on goal for the Fire FC. Luka Gavran finished with four saves, and as a club, Toronto had five defensive blocks.

Through 18 matches, Toronto has a record of 7-8-3, which has them in 7th place in the Eastern Conference. Overall, they have been favored in eight matches, going 5-3, while going 2-5-3 as the underdog. Over their last seven matches, Toronto has just one win, going 1-4-2. This match vs. Nashville SC will be their second straight at home, as they look to improve upon their 5-4-0 record at home this season. Following this match, they will head on the road to take on the New York Red Bulls on June 22nd.

Nashville SC Offense Breakdown

Sam Surridge is the top scorer for Nashville SC this season, as he has found the back of the net five times, which is 46th in MLS. Hany Mukhtar is the leader in assists for Nashville SC, as he has five, which is 15th in MLS. He is also second on the team in goals scored, as he has four, which is 60th in MLS. Overall, Nashville SC is 26th in the league in goals scored, as they average 1.1 goals per match. They are also 26th in shots on goal per match, as they average 3.6. They have had more corners than their opponents in 58.8% of their matches, which is 20th in MLS.

Toronto Offense Breakdown


So far this season, Toronto has scored 1.4 goals per match, which is 16th in the MLS. Federico Bernardeschi is the team’s leading scorer, as he has found the back of the net seven times, which is 19th in the league. He also leads Toronto in shots on goal, as he has 23, which is 11th in the MLS. Overall, Toronto is 18th in the league in shots on goal, and they have had fewer corners than their opponents in half of their matches.

Nashville SC Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against Toronto FC, Nashville SC’s defense is coming off a shutout performance against the New York Red Bulls, and they have not allowed a goal in four of their last seven matches. Overall, they are 10th in goals allowed, giving up 1.3 goals per match. Joe Willis is 5th in MLS with five clean sheets, and he is 22nd in saves. Nashville’s defense is 9th in blocked shots and 10th in interceptions. They are also one of the least aggressive teams, as they are 19th in fouls committed.

Toronto Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against Nashville SC, Toronto’s defense is giving up 1.7 goals per match, which is 22nd in the MLS. Over their last four matches, they have given up 10 goals (2.5 per match). They have struggled against some of the weaker offenses in the league, giving up four goals to both Chicago Fire FC and FC Cincinnati. Sean Johnson is 13th in the MLS with four clean sheets, and his 36 saves are 25th in the league.

Nashville SC vs Toronto Prediction

Our projections have this MLS matchup between Nashville SC and Toronto ending in a 1-1 draw, with the payout for that outcome currently sitting at +235. Looking at the projections, Lorenzo Insigne is given the best chance to score a goal for Toronto. As for Nashville SC, Teal Bunbury has the best odds to find the back of the net. Coming into the match, Nashville has been the better defensive team, allowing the 10th fewest goals in the MLS this season.

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