Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Toronto FC live stream: canadian championship prediction, how to watch online, time

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The winner of the Canadian championship will be determined on Tuesday and a battle between teams in Major League Soccer will resume. An MLS team has won the competition every year since 2009 Montreal crash was the only non-MLS team to win when they lifted the trophy as a NASL team in 2008. Toronto has notably dominated the competition, winning eight times in 14 attempts. Vancouver would need an upset to claim its first title since 2015.

Things got a lot tougher for the whitecaps when Toronto’s new designated players debuted on Saturday. Lorenzo Insignia and Federico Bernardeschi Only one half played over the weekend, but Toronto conceded four goals Charlotte F.C to show the impact their new star attackers can have. While it won’t always be easy for Toronto to score, it shows the danger Andres Cubas and the Whitecaps face.

The whitecaps have also improved with the arrival of Cubas which improves defense but attack hasn’t been on par with some of the stronger teams in MLS. This led to the acquisition of Julian Gressel by DC United to create chances as a full-back, but they need to play perfectly to secure a win, even if they’re backed by home support at BC Place.

Here are our stories, how to watch the game and more:

How to see and odds

  • date: Tuesday, July 26 | time: 10:30 p.m. ET
  • location: BC Place – Vancouver, British Columbia
  • TV: No | Live broadcast: fuboTV (try for free)

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Vancouver Whitecaps: Winless in last four since loss Los Angeles F.C, Vancouver conceded 10 goals during the stretch while scoring just five. They’ve also only managed to score more than one goal once in their winning streak, which doesn’t bode well against a high-scoring Toronto side. Cubas and Gressel will have a lot of work to do to lead Vancouver to a win as they need to adopt a defensive approach while hoping Toronto makes mistakes.

Toronto F.C: With Insigne and Bernardeschi on the field, recent history is out the window for Toronto, but the player to remember when discussing new signings is Mark Anthony-Kaye. Acquired from a trade with the Colorado rapids, the Toronto native has a high enough work rate to allow attackers to stay ahead while also blending defense with offense. With Anthony Kaye and Michael Bradley Midfield will come as no surprise as the Reds complete their eighth Canadian championship.


Vancouver will have their hands full containing Toronto and while they will fight back, sorting things out won’t be enough. Choose: Vancouver 1, Toronto 2

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