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- Chicago Fire are unbeaten in their last four home games (won 2, Drawn 2).
- Both teams have scored in the last four Toronto FC away games (won 1, Lost 3).
- A total of 21 goals have been scored in Toronto’s last four road trips.
Fire can burn brightly against generous Reds
Chicago Fire can move closer to playoff contention with a win over struggling Toronto FC on Sunday morning.
No team in the bottom half of the Eastern Conference has won more points than the Fire in the last five games and Raphael Wicky’s men look transformed from a month ago.
Having found the back of the net just twice during a run of seven defeats in eight between April and late June, the Soldier Field club have been on a goal spree over their last five games.
A 3-3 draw with Philadelphia Union sparked a sequence of 12 goals and brought about a four-game unbeaten run at home.
The visit of Toronto presents another opportunity to give Chicago fans something to cheer about as the Reds currently possess the worst defensive record in the MLS.
Some 22 of the 31 goals they have conceded have been ‘away’, although the Canadian club have only just moved out of their temporary home in Florida.
This ought to be a win for the hosts, but they are also somewhat vulnerable at the back – as an average of 1.33 goals conceded at home suggests.
So Chicago to win with both teams to score is the bet and 3-2 appeals in the correct score market because the average number of goals scored in Toronto away games these past two months is 5.2.
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