Starting XI

1 - Drake Callender

33 - Franco Negri

4 - Chris McVey

27 - Sergii Kryvtsov

18 - Harvey Neville

7 - Jean Mota

9 - Bryce Duke

20 - Rodolfo Pizarro

22 - Nicolás Stefanelli

14 - Corentin Jean

17 - Josef Martínez ©

Substitutes - GK Nick Marsman; D Aimé Mabika, Ryan Sailor; M Benjamin Cremaschi, Robert Taylor, Victor Ulloa; F Jake LaCava, Ariel Lassiter


  • Inter Miami CF (2W-1L-0D, 6 points) aims to continue its best start to an MLS season in its visits to Toronto FC (0W-1L-2D, 2 points) in the team’s second away game of the year.
  • So far this season the team has recorded six points in the first three matchdays of the 2023 MLS regular season and will be in search of its first away win of the season tonight.
  • Forward Josef Martínez will wear the captain’s armband for the first time as an Inter Miami player tonight. The Venezuelan attacker has previous experience captaining a team, as he wore the captain’s armband on several occasions for his former side Atlanta United. Additionally, Martínez is just two goals away from a historic feat, as the marksman has registered 98 regular season strikes in 135 appearances and could become the fastest player in MLS history to reach 100 regular goals.
  • Midfielder Bryce Duke starts for the first time in the 2023 MLS regular season. Tonight Duke will be facing his former coach Bob Bradley, who managed him at LAFC.
  • Defender Harvey Neville will make his first MLS start tonight at BMO Field.
  • Forward Jake LaCava features in an Inter Miami matchday squad for the first time since joining the Club, offering the potential for him to make his MLS debut tonight.
  • Goalkeeper Drake Callender is only four saves away from reaching 100 MLS regular season saves.
  • MLS Season Pass will feature every live MLS regular-season match, the entire Audi MLS Cup Playoffs, and Leagues Cup all in one place, with consistent match times and no blackouts — a first in live sports broadcasting. With an MLS Season Pass subscription, fans can enjoy every MLS match on billions of devices through the Apple TV app on Apple devices, smart TVs, streaming devices, set-top boxes, and game consoles, as well as on the web at All matches will feature both English and Spanish-language announcers, while matches involving Canadian teams will also offer commentary in French.