The two sides are preparing for MLS action happening on Sunday when Inter Miami will be taking on Toronto FC.
All of our predictions, stats and the user poll for Inter Miami v Toronto FC are shown below - plus the latest match odds.
Inter Miami, buoyed by their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after a 3-2 MLS success against New York City FC.
In that match, Inter Miami had 43% possession and 11 attempts on goal with 6 of them on target. For Inter Miami, goals were scored by Pozuelo (39', 84') and Ariel Lassiter (63'). On the other side, New York City FC got 17 shots on goal with 5 of them on target. Talles Magno (34') and Thiago Andrade (45') scored for New York City FC.
Matches involving Inter Miami have proved to be absorbing affairs lately with a lot of goalmouth action being a common characteristic. Over their past 6 games, the sum of 25 goals have been scored for both teams combined (at an average of 4.17 goals per game) with 13 of them being chalked up by Inter Miami.
Toronto FC will come into the encounter after a 3-1 MLS win with the defeat of Portland Timbers in their previous outing.
In that game, Toronto FC managed 57% possession and 23 shots on goal with 12 on target. For Toronto FC, the scorers were Jonathan Osorio (41'), Lorenzo Insigne (79') and Federico Bernardeschi (85'). On the other side, Portland Timbers had 3 attempts at goal with 2 on target. Josecarlos Van Rankin (73') was the scorer for Portland Timbers.
Bob Bradley's Toronto FC have slotted home 12 times throughout their most recent 6 matches. The overall goals that they have conceded during those same clashes adds up to 6.
Head to head
The last league clash between these sides was MLS match day 40 on 20/10/2021 when it finished Inter Miami 3-0 Toronto FC.
That time, Inter Miami had 50% possession and 17 shots on goal with 6 on target. The goalscorers were Federico Higuaín (10') and Christian Makoun (45').
For their opponents, Toronto FC got 8 attempts at goal with 4 on target. Eriq Zavaleta (61' Own goal) scored.
The match was refereed by Armando Villareal.
Team News: Inter Miami
Robbie Robinson (Muscle Injury) and Ian Fray (Cruciate Ligament Injury) are not available for Inter Miami gaffer Phil Neville.
It seems likely that The Herons will probably use the 3-5-2 formation for the game featuring Drake Callender, Christopher Mcvey, Damion Lowe, Kieran Gibbs, DeAndre Yedlin, Jean Mota, Gregore, Bryce Duke, Robert Taylor, Alejandro Pozuelo and Gonzalo Higuain.
Team News: Toronto FC
Toronto FC manager Bob Bradley has some current player fitness concerns. Noble Okello (Leg Injury) and Quentin Westberg (Leg Injury) are those who can’t be considered.
We reckon that The Reds seem likely to play in a 4-3-3 system, settling for Alex Bono, Richmond Laryea, Lukas MacNaughton, Chris Mavinga, Domenico Criscito, Jayden Nelson, Michael Bradley, Jonathan Osorio, F. Bernardeschi, Jesús Jiménez and Lorenzo Insigne.
We believe that Toronto FC and Inter Miami should both be able to score more than once here although it’s hard to pick a clear winner.
While there should be goals at both ends, it’s too close to call. Therefore, we predict a hard-fought 2-2 score after 90 minutes.
Our expert partners are tipping over 1.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: DRV PNK Stadium (18,000)
Captain: Gregore de Magalhães da Silva
Chairman: David Beckham
Manager: Phil Neville
Competitions: MLS (Parent), MLS (Eastern Conference)