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By The Numbers: Toronto FC host DC United in MLS Cup Playoffs opener

Toronto FC will host DC United at BMO Field Saturday afternoon for a 90+ minute test to see who will earn the right to travel to take on Eastern conference leaders New York City FC.

Toronto and DC finished with identical records over the 34-match regular season, with the Reds earning home field advantage through goal differential tie-breaker on the final day of the regular season. But the path that the clubs took to get to their identical records couldn’t have been more different.


The last time these two clubs met was at the end of June, with both sides settling for a 1-1 draw in Washington.