Toronto’s disappointing season is over as far as playoff hopes go, but they travel to an in-form New England on Saturday night looking to end the campaign on a high.
The Revs come into the game off the back of a good away win against Houston Dynamo last Thursday, they wrapped up a second place finish in the Eastern Conference with that result.
More would have been expected at the start of the season from Toronto and they will be disappointed with their season, as they struggled to ever find a good run of form.
The Revs have only lost one in their last nine all competitions and have been reaping the rewards in terms of their position in the table.
Lee Nguyen, a challenger for the MVP award, has been excellent and his confidence has been sky high. Without his astonishing 17 goals from midfield, New England would not be second in the table.
Toronto need to have a strong finish to the season and reassess for next term, but they will be without Jermain Defoe once again, a situation they may have to get used to as his future is very much up in the air.
Dominic Oduro’s two goals in 23 games is far from satisfactory for a player with the potential he has, while Gilberto will have expected to score more than seven in his first season in MLS.
Key Player: Lee Nguyen – We’re running out of superlatives to describe the midfielder and he will be heavily involved in the game once again.
Key stat: Toronto have failed to keep a clean sheet in five, so we can expect goals.
New England Revolution Last 5: L/W/W/D/W
Toronto Last 5: W/L/L/L/D
Prediction: New England Revolution 2-1 Toronto