A cup win in the books, Toronto FC turns its attention back to the league and the visit of the Philadelphia Union. Toronto has yet to win or score a point in nine MLS games to date this season.
A positive result Saturday is needed not just to snap the losing streak. Toronto faces a three-week break from competition before resuming league play with a game in Kansas City. The break is due to the next round of World Cup qualifying matches.
Toronto is coming off a 1-0 midweek win over Vancouver that led to a 2-1 aggregate victory in the Amway Canadian Championship. Philadelphia (2-6-2) tied Dallas 1-1 last time out.