The MLS season is in full swing and the teams of the Western Conference are meeting once again for a clash. The second leg game of Toronto FC and Columbus Crew is expected to be a good match-up. In the first leg when those teams played each other the game ended in a draw. In our betting tip we expect a win of Toronto. The game whistle will sound at 01:30 am CET at the BMO Field.
Toronto the fancied team on home field
Toronto did well during the first game against the Crew. Now, Toronto can take advantage of the fact that they are playing at home. Only once Toronto has been defeated on home field during this season and ended in the Eastern Conference in first place. They played well in the tournament and only one win is missing to reach the finals. Important is now that the players need to stay focused and should not look to far ahead of themselves, because a draw in the first leg is a good opportunity to reach the finals but they should not take this lightly. In our betting tip we expect a win of Toronto and we see them, therefore, in the finals.
Columbus Crew weak in their away games – Underdog in the betting tip
In the first leg of the semi-finals Columbus could not score a goal at home and the game ended in a draw. Therefore, Columbus will have a slim opportunity to advance into the next round, due to the fact that 9 out of 17 games were lost while playing away. Realistically, Columbus has nothing to lose and a good team prepared. No doubt that Columbus will try to put pressure on Toronto in order to force them to mistakes. The odds in favor of Columbus speaks volume of the upcoming clash. Concluding, we expect Columbus to lose.
Betting Tip Toronto vs. Columbus
By comparing the odds of the upcoming game, the winner is more or less already settled. Toronto is with odds reaching from 1.57 to 1.74 the fancied team. In case the game ends in a draw odds between 3.45 and 4.10 can be found. If the guests can pull out a win odds between 4.49 and 5.55 and a value profit of 4.82% are available. In our betting tip we expect a win of Toronto.