|Fire's Gonzalo Segares -- Getty Images|
The Fire head to BMO Field this Saturday to take on the Reds, and both sides could use a lift.
Chicago (1-3-4) is in the midst of a 0-3-3 stretch and is winless since its home opener on March 26 against Sporting Kansas City. Toronto (2-4-4) did garner its second win on May 7 against Houston, but the squad is coming off a 1-0 loss to FC Dallas on Wednesday.
The Reds have the home-field advantage in their corner this weekend. Toronto is a respectable 2-1-3 at BMO this season.
"We're definitely anticipating for them to come at us in the first couple of minutes, especially with the crowd -- it's always a hostile crowd," Fire defender and midfielder Gonzalo Segares said.
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