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Toronto takes shutout streak into matchup against Charlotte FC

08 Mar | analysis | BY George Fotev | MIN READ TIME |
Toronto takes shutout streak into matchup against Charlotte FC

Toronto FC enters its upcoming match against Charlotte FC with an impressive defensive record, having secured two consecutive shutouts. This matchup, scheduled for Saturday at 2 p.m. EST in Toronto, highlights Toronto FC as the favorite.

BOTTOM LINE:

Toronto heads into a matchup with Charlotte FC after putting together two straight shutout wins.

Toronto went 4-20-10 overall and 4-7-6 at home last season. Toronto scored 26 goals a season ago while allowing opponents to score 59.

Charlotte finished 10-11-13 overall and 4-9-5 on the road in the 2023 season. Charlotte averaged 1.3 goals on 3.4 shots on goal per game last season

NOT EXPECTED TO PLAY:

Toronto: Jordan Perruzza (injured), Deandre Christopher Kerr (injured).

Charlotte: Tyger Smalls (injured), Patrick Agyemang (injured), Brandon Cambridge (injured), Benjamin Bender (injured), Djibril Diani (injured), Brandt Bronico (injured), Bill Tuiloma (injured).

Toronto heads into a matchup with Charlotte FC after putting together two straight shutout wins.

The following players are not expected to play:
Tyger Smalls (injured), Patrick Agyemang (injured), Brandon Cambridge (injured), Benjamin Bender (injured), Djibril Diani (injured), Brandt Bronico (injured), Bill Tuiloma (injured), Jordan Perruzza (injured), Deandre Christopher Kerr (injured).

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George Fotev

George Fotev

Sports writer who is responsible for the Sportal's cricket, rugby, tennis and UFC betting content, as well as football betting tips.

George Fotev

George Fotev

Sports writer who is responsible for the Sportal's cricket, rugby, tennis and UFC betting content, as well as football betting tips.

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