New York Red Bulls suffered an unexpected 2-0 defeat against Charlotte last time, but they can get back on the winning trail this weekend.
Currently fourth in the MLS Eastern Conference, the Red Bulls are the third-highest scorers in the league, and top when it comes to expected goal difference, and even allowing for injury absences, have more than enough firepower to overcome Toronto.
The Canadian side look like a long-term project for head coach Bob Bradley, and while they have arguably been unlucky in some of their defeats so far this season, they are far too leaky in defence to pose a threat. Back the Red Bulls for the win.
The final day of Royal Ascot is packed with competitive contests, but the Hardwicke Stakes looks like a relatively easy puzzle for punters to solve.
Hurricane Lane has raced eight times and has only tasted defeat on two occasions: when finishing third in the Epsom Derby and third in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, and he had excuses for both of those defeats.
Aidan O'Brien's Broome and Mostahdaf from the John and Thady Gosden stable are both interesting rivals, at different stages of their careers, but neither has shown the level of form required to upset the favourite here.
LA Galaxy secured a welcome win prior to the international break, beating Austin FC 4-1 to end a run of three winless games, and can win again on Saturday.
Although Portland are traditionally one of the stronger teams in MLS - and reached the MLS Cup Final last year - but they have been all at sea this season and go into this game with only one win from their last nine.
No win in six on the road also underlines how poor they have been away from home and explains why they are in the unfamiliar position of third from bottom in the Western Conference. Head coach Giovanni Savarese has time to turn things around, but this is a tough fixture with which to start a revival, and the home team look a solid bet.
Total Odds for this ACCA: 5/2. Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.