Toronto FC vs New York Red Bulls preview: How to watch, team news, predicted lineups and ones to watch
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The New York Red Bulls begin a two-match road trip as they take on Toronto FC at BMO Field.

New York's last game against Inter Miami was postponed due to severe weather in the New Jersey area with a future date and time to be announced, allowing them extra rest while the Reds drew 1-1 against Orlando City four days ago.

Team news

Toronto will be without Richie Laryea, Kemar Lawrence, Jonathan Osorio and Eriq Zavaleta, who are all on international duty. Ayo Akinola suffered a torn ACL while with Canada at the Gold Cup and is out for the rest of the season. Ifunanyachi Achara is also out after having ACL surgery while Quentin Westberg is questionable with a hand issue.

New York is still missing Youba Diarra (hamstring), Aaron Long (achilles), Andres Reyes (hamstring) and Daniel Royer (thigh) from its lineup. Andrew Gutman has been upgraded to questionable with his knee injury and Sean Nealis' status is up in the air with a thigh issue.

Previous meeting

On May 8th at Red Bull Arena, New York came away with a 2-0 victory to stretch their unbeaten run against Toronto to four games. Frankie Amaya opened the scoring in the 32nd minute from a low shot inside the near post after a beautiful layoff from Fabio.

The Red Bulls doubled their lead in the 68th minute as Dru Yearwood played in Fabio, forcing goalkeeper Alex Bono off of his line. The ball caromed off of him and Caden Clark was there to fire home into the empty net.

Ones to watch

Goalkeeper Carlos Coronel has picked up four clean sheets for the Red Bulls this season while on-loan Stoke City defender Tom Edwards has impressed while starting seven games.

Michael Bradley has completed the fourth-most passes in MLS this year and leads Toronto in assists. Jozy Altidore recently returned to action for the Reds and scored in the lone goal in the draw against Orlando City.

Predicted lineups

Toronto: Bono; Auro, González, Mavinga, Morrow; Delgado, Bradley; Mullins, Pozuelo, Endoh; Dwyer

New York Red Bulls: Miguel; Tolkin, Tarek, Edwards, Duncan; Davis, Yearwood; Clark, Casseres Jr.; Fabio, Klimala

How to watch

ESPN+ will have national streaming coverage. TSN will have all of the action in Toronto while the MSG Network will have coverage in New York. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm Eastern time.