Published on September 20th, 2023
Preview, Stats, Predicted Lineups, and Live Streaming Info for MIA vs. TOR MLS Match
In an upcoming MLS clash between Toronto and Inter Miami, get ready for a comprehensive preview, statistics predicted starting lineups, and live streaming details.
Taking place at DRV PNK Stadium on Thursday, Inter Miami aims to bounce back into the winning column.
The team faced a significant setback in their playoff aspirations, suffering a 5-2 defeat against Atlanta last week. This loss marked their first since the arrival of Argentine superstar Lionel Messi.
Their next opponent, Toronto, currently languishes at the bottom of the Eastern Conference, just trailing Inter Miami.
Inter’s manager, Gerardo Martino, harbors hopes of reintroducing Messi into the starting lineup.
The team seemed out of sorts in their previous game against Atlanta, and the return of the World Cup winner to training sessions earlier this week has given Miami fans a glimmer of hope.
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How To Watch Inter Miami vs. Toronto LIVE Streaming
When Does The Match Start?
The MLS match between Inter Miami and Toronto will kick off at 5 a.m. IST at the DRV PNK Stadium on September 21.
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Where Can I Watch The MLS Match Between Inter Miami And Toronto?
The match can be live-streamed on Apple TV+ in India. Unfortunately, the match will not be telecast in India.
- Toronto: Romero; Franklin, Rosted, Bradley, Petretta; Ibarra, Coello, Osorio; Insigne, Kerr, Bernardeschi
- Inter Miami: Callender; Yedlin, Aviles, Miller, Alba; Arroyo, Busquets, Cremaschi; Messi, Campana, Farias
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