When looking at Toronto FC games on the upcoming schedule to watch, the Canadian Classique against CF Montreal immediately catches the eye. The pair meet at BMO Field on Tuesday, May 9, in the Canadian Championship, with tickets to Canada’s most important soccer rivalry starting at just over $50. Other matches to target for Toronto FC tickets include clashes against D.C. United on Saturday, May 27, and the MLS edition of the Canadian Classique against CF Montreal on Sunday, August 20.
Here is the biggest question for Toronto FC based on their start to the 2023 season.
Can draws become wins?
Toronto FC is in 12th place in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer. The Canadian side has nine points after nine games and is just three points ahead of bottom-placed Montreal. The weird thing is Toronto doesn’t lose many games. Their two defeats to date this season mean that only the teams first through third in the conference have been defeated on fewer occasions. This begs the question of how Toronto can be 11 points off the top spot. The answer is simple. They draw too many games.
They have just two losses but also just one win. That means that an astonishing six of their nine games have ended in ties. They have two each of 0-0, 1-1, and 2-2 draws, suggesting that they alternately either don’t defend well enough or finish well enough to eke out a win. That luck should change at some point; if it does, this team will quickly climb the table.