Get to know the matchup in By The Numbers, presented by New Jersey Lottery:
4- New York will be without four players who started against NYC on Saturday. Sean Nealis, Cristian Cásseres Jr. and Andrés Reyes will miss the match against Toronto due to yellow card accumulation, while Daniel Edelman will be at the U-20 World Cup with the U.S. Men’s National Team.
3- A win against Toronto would secure New York’s first three-match winning streak across all competitions since April 2022, when the Red Bulls beat Hartford Athletic, Orlando City and Chicago on the road.
6- New York and Toronto each have six draws so far this season.
14- With 14 goals in his Red Bulls career, Omir Fernandez became the highest-scoring academy graduate in club history.
33- Toronto midfielder Mark-Anthony Kaye leads MLS with 33 tackles won in 11 total appearances.
34- New York Defender Andrés Reyes continues to lead MLS with 34 interceptions so far this season.