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2020 Toronto FC Prediction League: Round 1 (at San Jose Earthquakes)

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The WakingtheRed.com prediction league returns in 2020. Who will dethrone the reigning champion?

MLS: MLS Cup Playoffs-Semifinals-Toronto FC at New York City FC
Toronto FC midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo (10) celebrates his goal against New York City FC with midfielder Jonathan Osorio (21) during the second half at CitiField.
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Think you have your finger on the pulse when it comes to Toronto FC?

Well, put your knowledge to the test, as Waking The Red’s Prediction League is returning for yet another season! See if you can dethrone our two-time defending champion, DTM-NS!

The rules are simple. On every Match Day between now and the end of the season, a Prediction League thread will be posted in which you will guess the final score by leaving your prediction in the comments below. (Ex: “TFC 3 -1 San Jose” or “3-1 Toronto FC”)

The more accurate your predictions, the more points you will earn in the league standings, that we will update and keep track of. The winner of the 2020 Waking The Red Prediction League will also receive a small prize, likely related to Toronto FC.

The point system for the 2020 season will be as follows:

  • 2 points for guessing the correct result (Win, Loss, or Draw)
  • 1 point for guessing the amount of Toronto FC goals scored
  • 1 point for guessing the amount of Toronto FC goals conceded

As always, keep an eye out for bonus opportunities throughout the season, as we’ll often ask for more than just the final score! For this week’s bonus, guess who will be Toronto FC’s first goal scorer in 2020, along with your prediction of the final score.

Please leave only one guess, as those who try and manipulate the game, and create more work for us, will be disqualified.

Be sure to check out our Toronto FC @ San Jose Earthquakes Match Preview, courtesy Brady Reid

So, let’s get things going. Leave your guesses—with your answer to the bonus question—in the comments!