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This Wednesday the New York Red Bulls will visit Toronto FC at BMO Field. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m ET. 

Here are the Keys to the Game, presented by TriHonda Dealers: 

New York Have Won Three of Last Five Against TFC

On May 8th the Red Bulls defeated Toronto 2-0, with goals scored by Frankie Amaya and Caden Clark. 

Against TFC, New York currently holds a 3-1-1 record in their last five meetings. 

Of Clark’s six goals in the league, he’s scored two against the Reds. 

After Unexpected Postponement, RBNY Acquired Extra Rest 

After a busy summer that included World Cup Qualifiers and Copa America, Gerhard Struber decided to leave Cristian Cásseres Jr. on the bench for the postponed game against Inter Miami CF.

What turned out to be a day in which the Venezuelan midfielder was going to get rest, became a day in which the entire team got rest. 

With a game coming up this Wednesday and one next Sunday in D.C., the Red Bulls will count with extra days of rest and work to extend their unbeaten two-game away streak. 

Under Javier Perez, TFC Are Unbeaten in Two Games

Since their 7-1 loss to D.C. United, Toronto have defeated New England 3-2 and drew 1-1 against Orlando.

Against the Lions, Jozy Altidore scored his second goal of the season, while new Designated Player, Yeferson Soteldo, has played 475 minutes and picked up one goal and two assists. 

2020 MLS MVP Alejandro Pozuelo has started four games in the present season.