Toronto vs Charlotte MLS Betting Prediction

MLS Toronto vs Charlotte Prediction 4/13/2024

Toronto (3-3-1) travel to face off against Charlotte (2-3-2) on Saturday, April 13th. This match will be played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC. Both Toronto and Charlotte 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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Toronto Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

In their last match, Toronto took on the Vancouver Whitecaps on the road. Heading into this match, they were the heavy underdog at +500, and the four goals scored fell short of the market’s line of 2.5 goals.

Toronto’s offense finished with three shots on goal and seven total shots. Deandre Kerr was the only player to not convert on at least one shot on goal despite Cassius Mailula and Kerr taking two such shots.

On the defensive end, Toronto gave up four goals on Vancouver’s six on target shots. Sean Johnson finished with two saves and didn’t have the help of a strong defensive front, which finished with just four blocked shots.

Through seven matches, Toronto has a record of 3-3-1, putting them in 7th place in the Eastern Conference. They have dropped their last two matches, including a 4-0 loss to Vancouver Whitecaps FC on April 6th. Overall, they are 1-2-1 on the road and 2-1-0 at home. Over their last four matches, they have just one win. After this match, they will return home to take on the New England Revolution on April 20th.

Charlotte Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

Charlotte will be looking to bounce back from a tough 1-0 loss to the New England Revolution. This match took place on the road, and they were the underdog at +188. The payout on the over/under goal line of 2.5 goals finished at -110.

Charlotte’s offense took a total of six shots in this match and had two shots on goal. Patrick Agyemang was the only player to take multiple shots, finishing with two chances. Overall, the club had six corner kicks.

Kristijan Kahlina and the Charlotte defense did a nice job, given that the Revolution took a total of 11 shots and three shots on goal. Kahlina finished with two saves, and the only goal allowed was unassisted. The defensive unit had four interceptions and blocked one shot.

Through 7 matches, Charlotte has a record of 2-3-2, putting them 9th in the Eastern Conference. They have yet to win on the road, going 0-3-1, but are 2-0-1 at home. Overall, they have been favored in 2 matches, going 1-0-1, while going 1-3-1 as the underdog. Following this match vs. Toronto, they will be at home again on Sunday, April 21st vs. Minnesota United FC. Over their last 7 matches, they have gone 2-3-2. Currently, they are tied with the Chicago Fire and Portland Timbers with 8 points, but sit behind them in the standings.

Toronto Offense Breakdown

So far this season, Toronto has struggled to find the back of the net, scoring just 0.9 goals per match, which is 26th in the league. Lorenzo Insigne is the team’s top scorer, finding the back of the net twice. He also leads the club in shots on goal. Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty has one assist, which is tops on the team. Overall, Toronto is 15th in the league in passing percentage, and they have had fewer corner kicks than their opponents in 57.1% of their matches.

Charlotte Offense Breakdown


Charlotte’s offense has struggled this season, scoring just 0.9 goals per match, which is 25th in the league. Ashley Westwood is the team’s top scorer, finding the back of the net once this season. Patrick Agyemang leads the team in shots on goal and has scored once. Djibril Diani has one assist and one goal this season. Overall, Charlotte’s offense is 25th in shots on goal and 21st in corners.

Toronto Defense Breakdown

After a strong start to the season, the Toronto defense has struggled as of late, allowing an average of 2.2 goals per match over their last four matches. This includes giving up four goals to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, who have the top-ranked offense in the MLS. Overall, Toronto’s defense is 14th in goals allowed, giving up an average of 1.3 goals per match. Keeper Luka Gavran is 13th in saves and has two clean sheets this season.

Charlotte Defense Breakdown

Charlotte’s defense has been solid this season, allowing just 0.9 goals per match, which is 3rd in the MLS. However, they have struggled to generate many blocked shots, as they are 29th in the league in that category. They will be facing a Toronto offense that is 26th in the MLS in scoring. Keeper Kristijan Kahlina is 8th in the MLS with two clean sheets this season. Over their last six matches, they have given up just six goals, including a match against Toronto earlier this season where they gave up just one goal.

Toronto vs Charlotte Prediction

With both teams being below average in terms of shooting percentage this season, we have a low-scoring match between Toronto and Charlotte in the MLS. Our prediction is for Charlotte to come away with a 1-0 win, with Kerwin Vargas having the best chance to score a goal for Charlotte. Looking at the matchup, Charlotte is 3rd in MLS in fewest goals allowed and is also 13th in interceptions.

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