Lineup For Chicago Fire vs Toronto: Live Score Jul 16 2023

On this sports page, you can follow the Starting Lineup For Chicago Fire vs Toronto along with results updated in Live Match Score.

Info About the Match: Major League Soccer match between Chicago Fire and Toronto will begin at 03:30 on July 16, 2023, at Soldier Field in Chicago.

Starting Lineups with Live score

You can compare the starting lineup for Chicago Fire vs Toronto, as well as key events and the live match score, below.


Chicago Fire – Toronto: Preview

With 37 meetings in the previous seasons, Chicago Fire and Toronto have a rather strong head-to-head record, with Chicago Fire winning 10 and Toronto winning 14. Thirteen of the games were draws.

In head-to-head matches, Chicago Fire managed to score 55 goals while Toronto managed to score 61 goals. Toronto currently holds the overall advantage in head-to-head matches with 14 victories, while Chicago Fire only has 10.

If we examine the most recent encounters between Toronto and Chicago Fire, Toronto has a 2-1 advantage in the direct encounters.

In their previous games, Chicago Fire defeated Portland Timbers, Sporting KC, and Nashville SC in three victories and Columbus Crew and Orlando City in two defeats. There were no draws. The Chicago Fire were successful in scoring 6 goals and giving up 6 goals (6-6).

Throughout the current league season, the Chicago Fire have averaged 1.29 goals per game. The home side committed 11.86 fouls on average for each game they played, totaling 55 yellow cards and 4 red cards. The average team rating for the Chicago Fire is 6.72 per game.

With an average possession percentage of 46.14% this season, the Chicago Fire nevertheless lacks the ability to hold onto the ball.

Toronto comes into this match with a recent record of 0 wins, 5 losses (against Cincinnati, New England, Real Salt Lake, Orlando City, and St. Louis City), and 0 draws. The club managed to score three goals while giving up nine (3–9).

Toronto averaged 0.78 goals scored and 1.39 goals allowed per game when playing away. A total of 219 fouls were committed, with the team receiving 37 yellow and 2 red cards. Toronto’s team rating is 6.63 on average per game.

With an overall season average of 50.09%, Toronto has very good ball possession.


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