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Toronto FC vs. San Jose Earthquakes | MLS Match Preview

TORONTO FC vs SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES
BMO FIELD, Toronto, Ont.
May 30, 2015 (WEEK 13, MLS Game #125)
5 p.m. ET (TSN 4,5/MLS LIVE)

Two clubs sitting mid-table in their respective conferences meet in an intersectional matchup when Toronto FC play host to the San Jose Earthquakes at BMO Field on Saturday evening. TFC won for the first time in league play at home this season last weekend, a 1-0 victory against the Portland Timbers. The Quakes are back on the road after extending their current undefeated run to five games last weekend in a 1-1 draw with Orlando City SC.

  • Sebastian Giovinco scored his fifth goal of the season as Toronto FC won at BMO Field for the first time this year in league play, claiming a 1-0 win against the Portland Timbers on Sunday afternoon. Giovinco has five goals and four assists among TFC’s 14 goals this season; he has a goal and/or an assist in eight of their 10 games this year.
  • Chris Wondolowski became the ninth player in MLS history to reach the 100-goal mark in league play, converting a penalty kick to bring the Quakes back into a 1-1 draw with Orlando City SC at Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco on Sunday afternoon, extending their undefeated streak to five games.
  • Toronto FC won the lone meeting between the teams last year, a 1-0 victory June 7 at BMO Field, their first victory against the Quakes since May 29, 2010. The Quakes won two of the four meetings in between, with two draws, including victories in the only meetings in both 2012 and 2013.
  • Of the three TFC wins in the all-time series, two have come in San Jose. The Quakes’ win on May 8, 2013, a 2-1 triumph at Buck Shaw Stadium, was their first home win in the series since 2008.

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REFEREE: Fotis Bazakos. AR1 (bench): Craig Lowry; AR2 (opposite): Richard Gamache; 4th: Ricardo Salazar MLS Career: 39 games; FC/gm: 26.3; Y/gm: 3.6; R: 7; pens: 14

SUSPENDED: none
WARNINGS:
SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: none
SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: TOR: Nick Hagglund … SJ: Fatai Alashe
DISABLED LIST: none
INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: TOR: Marco Delgado (U.S. U-20 national team) … SJ: Tommy Thompson (U.S. U-20 national team); Fatai Alashe (U.S. U-23 national team)

HEAD-TO-HEAD
ALL-TIME (11 meetings): Toronto FC 3 wins, 13 goals … Earthquakes 4 wins, 15 goals … Ties 4
AT TORONTO (3 meetings): Toronto FC 3 wins, 13 goals … Earthquakes 4 wins, 15 goals … Ties 4

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San Jose

Season Stats

Toronto FCSan Jose Earthquakes
10Games Played12
4Wins5
5Losses4
1Draws3
14Goals13
14Goals Conceded12
93Shots102
45Shots on Target47
132Fouls committed156
119Fouls suffered150
17Offside17
46Corners65

Goals Scored

01234+TotalAvg
TOR15310141.4
SJ36210131.1
01234+Avg
TOR020001
SJ122001.2
01234+Avg
TOR133101.5
SJ240101

Goals Conceded

01234+TotalAvg
TOR32320141.4
SJ36300121
01234+Avg
TOR101001
SJ230000.6
01234+Avg
TOR222201.5
SJ133001.3
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