Toronto heads into Wednesday night's Canadian Championship clash looking to stop the bleeding, while Montreal hopes to extend its perfect home record.
|Montreal Impact (4-4-2): Ricketts; Wahl, Ferrari, Thomas, Brovsky; Neagle, Warner, Felipe, Arnaud; Nyassi, Corradi.
QUESTIONABLE: DF Zarek Valentin (R calf strain); MF Justin Mapp (R hamstring strain)
OUT: FW Nicholas Lindsay (L knee surgery recovery); DF Dicoy Williams (R knee surgery recovery); DF Jeremy Hall (sports hernia surgery recovery); GK Stefan Frei (L ankle surgery recovery); MF Nick Soolsma (L hamstring strain)
|Toronto FC (4-3-3): Kocic; Morgan, Aceval, Cann, Eckersley; De Guzman, Frings, Dunfield; Avila, Johnson, Lambe.
, Danny Koevermans (R abductor strain
QUESTIONABLE: Luis Silva (flu)
- This will be the fifth installment of the Amway Canadian Championship. Toronto FC won the last three editions while the Impact were victors in the first.
- Toronto (0-7-0) surpassed the Impact (2-5-2) on Saturday for the worst defensive record in MLS with 16 goals conceded in 7 games. The Impact have conceded 15 in 9 games.
- Toronto has dominated the six Canadian Championship meetings between these two teams, winning five and drawing one while outscoring the Impact 12-2.
- The Impact (2-5-2) earned their second win and first clean sheet of the MLS season on Saturday against the Portland Timbers in a 2-0 win. The Impact are unbeaten at home this season.
- With a 3-2 loss away to Real Salt Lake last Saturday, TFC has now tied the Kansas City Wizard's 1999 season record of being pointless after first seven MLS games.
- These two teams last met on April 7 at the Olympic Stadium where the Impact grabbed their first MLS victory in a 2-1 win. Midfielder Sinisa Ubiparipovic and Forward Andrew Wenger were the scorers for the Impact.
- Toronto is 2-3-1 all time against expansion clubs.