Austin FC vs. Toronto FC Preview: Lineup prediction, injury news and suspensions

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Austin FC vs. Toronto FC. Preview by PlaySharper: Lineup prediction, injury news and suspensions

In a Major League Soccer match, Austin FC will go head-to-head against Toronto FC on 2023-05-21. The game will kick off at 00:30 UTC.

As the game approaches, keep an eye on our Lineup Prediction page for any last-minute changes to the player lineup due to injuries or other factors.

Austin FC injuries and suspensions:
Owen Wolff is ruled out of the match due to an injury, while Sebastián Driussi is doubtful for this match.

Toronto FC injuries and suspensions:
Sigurd Rosted, Shane O’Neill, Jonathan Osorio, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Jordan Perruzza, Alonso Coello, Michael Bradley, Matt Hedges, Víctor Vázquez and Deandre Kerr are still injured and will not participate in this game, while Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty is suspended for this game.
In Addition Adama Diomande is doubtful for this game.

Predicted Lineup Austin FC:

Brad Stuver – Jon Gallagher (Nick Lima), Alex Ring (Julio Cascante), Leo Väisänen, Adam Lundkvist (Nick Lima) – Emiliano Rigoni, Dani Pereira, Jhojan Valencia (Alex Ring), Rodney Redes (Ethan Finlay) – Sebastián Driussi (Diego Fagúndez), Gyasi Zardes (Maxi)

Predicted Lineup Toronto FC:

Sean Johnson – Raoul Petretta, Aimé Mabika, Richie Laryea, Kobe Franklin – Themi Antonoglou, Kosi Thompson, Brandon Servania – Lorenzo Insigne, C.J. Sapong (Adama Diomande), Federico Bernardeschi

Our prediction for the game: Austin FC vs. Toronto FC 2-2

Both Austin FC and Toronto FC are expected to deliver an impressive performance, leaving everything on the field for an expected 2-2 draw.

Our advanced AI algorithm uses historical data and real-time statistics to simulate over 1000 games and predict the most likely outcome.

Scoreline: 2-2
Match winner: Draw (3.87)
Over/Under: Over 2.5 Goals (O2.5)
Both teams to score: yes (BTTS)