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Toronto will travel south across the border and through the Rocky Mountains to face Colorado Rapids in one of the couple’s cross-conference games on Sunday morning.

The Rapids are chasing a first-ever Supporters’ Shield while Toronto are on their way to their worst ever Major League Soccer result.

Prediction for this match

The Rapids are currently in fourth place in the overall table, but are 15 points behind the Revsfor a long time, but can look back on three helpful games.

Qualification for the CONCACAF Champions League is guaranteed by top position in the overall table, but Colorado could also secure continental qualification by first place in the Western Conference.

A little closer in the Western Conference than in the overall table, Robin FraserThe team are two points behind first-placed Sporting Kansas City, but have played one game less.

The challengers also include the Seattle Sounders, who sit above Colorado in the table, and the two-time MLS Cup winners will face Sporting Kansas in a Western Conference blockbuster game on Monday morning, meaning the Rapids will finish the league of the year could play this weekend.

Despite their stuttering performances, the Rapids have only been beaten once since mid-June when they lost to current leaders Sporting Kansas in a sobering 3-1 defeat.

Colorado could expect a return to winning ways when Canadian side Toronto travel to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, where the Reds are looking for a win to knock them out of the bottom of the Eastern Conference.

Toronto ended a winless streak of nine games, a streak that included six straight defeats, with a much-needed 2-1 win over playoff chasers Nashville SC on Sunday in hand.

My prediction is Colorado Rapids will win.

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