New England Revolution vs Toronto MLS Betting Prediction

MLS New England Revolution vs Toronto Prediction 4/20/2024

New England Revolution (1-5-1) travel to face off against Toronto (3-4-1) on Saturday, April 20th. This match will be played at BMO Field in Toronto, ON. Both New England Revolution and Toronto will be looking to bounce back from losses in their previous matches. The match is scheduled for 7:30 PM ET.

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New England Revolution Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

The New England Revolution will be looking to bounce back from a 2-0 loss to New York City FC. This loss came on the road, and the Revs were the heavy underdog at +350. The two goals scored were right on the over/under line of 2.5 goals.

New England’s offense took a total of eight shots and six shots on goal. On the offensive end, no player finished with an assist, and only three offensive players found the net. Tomás Chancalay took a total of three shots, which was one more than Giacomo Vrioni.

Henrich Ravas finished with four saves on NYCFC’s six shots on goal. Overall, New York City FC took 17 shots and had four corner kicks. The Revolution’s defense intercepted eight passes and finished with just one block.

Through seven matches, the New England Revolution have struggled, posting a record of 1-5-1, which has them sitting in 15th place in the Eastern Conference. They have yet to win a match on the road, going 0-3-0, and have just one win overall in their last six matches. Their only win came on April 6th against Charlotte FC. Overall, they have been favored in four matches, going 1-2-1, and have been the underdog in three matches, going 0-3. After this match against Toronto, they will return home to face Inter Miami CF on Saturday, April 27th.

Toronto Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

In their last match, Toronto took on Charlotte FC. This match was on the road for Toronto, and despite a solid offensive showing, they came up just short in a high-scoring match. The three combined goals surpassed the line of 2.5 goals, and going into the match, Toronto was the heavy underdog (+475).

Prince-Osei Owusu was the main source of offense for Toronto, scoring both of the team’s goals. One of his goals was unassisted, and he took a total of three shots. Federico Bernardeschi finished with the only assist for Toronto, who had a total of six corner kicks.

On the defensive end, Toronto allowed a total of 11 shots and five shots on goal. Sean Johnson made two saves on the five shots he faced. The last goal for Charlotte was the difference in the match, as going into the second half, the score was tied at 2-2.

Through eight matches, Toronto has struggled, going 3-4-1 and currently sitting in 9th place in the Eastern Conference. They have lost three straight matches, including a 3-2 loss to Charlotte FC on April 13th. Overall, they are 2-1 at home, and their next match will be on the road against Orlando City SC on April 27th. Over their last five matches, they have just one win, and they are tied with D.C. United and CF Montréal with 10 points.

New England Revolution Offense Breakdown

The New England Revolution’s offense has struggled this season, as they are 29th in MLS in goals per match at 0.7. However, they have been able to generate shots on goal, as they are 9th in the league in that category. Carles Gil is the team’s top scorer, as he has found the back of the net three times this season, which is 13th in MLS. He also leads the team in shots on goal and assists. Overall, the Revolution have had more corners than their opponents in 57.1% of their matches this season.

Toronto Offense Breakdown


Prince-Osei Owusu is the top scorer for Toronto this season, as he has found the back of the net three times, which is 30th in MLS. Lorenzo Insigne has scored twice and is 2nd on the team in shots on goal. He is 89th in MLS in that category. Toronto is 25th in the league in goals scored and 28th in shots on goal. They have had fewer corners than their opponents in half of their matches this season.

New England Revolution Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against Toronto, the New England Revolution’s defense is giving up 1.9 goals per match, which is the 24th worst mark in the league. They have given up two goals in two of their last four matches, and they have just one clean sheet this season. Henrich Ravas has started six matches and has 17 saves, which is the 23rd most in the league. Overall, the Revolution’s defense is 11th in blocked shots and 28th in interceptions.

Toronto Defense Breakdown

When it comes to goals allowed, Toronto FC has been inconsistent this season. They have given up three goals in two of their last three matches, including a 3-0 loss to Charlotte FC on April 13th. However, they have also posted two clean sheets this season. Overall, they are 18th in goals allowed at 1.5 per match. They will be facing a New England Revolution offense that is dead last in the MLS in scoring. Keeper Sean Johnson is 26th in saves and 12th in clean sheets.

New England Revolution vs Toronto Prediction

With both teams coming in with below-average offenses, we have this one projected to end in a 1-1 draw, with the payout sitting at +260. This season, Toronto has been slightly better on offense, and our projections have Ayo Akinola as the top goal-scoring option for Toronto. On the other side, Tomás Chancalay has the best odds to score for the New England Revolution. Look for this match to see just four shots on goal for each team.

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