So far this season, the Galaxy have had relatively consistent output, but Bruce Arena's side went winless in their last four games on the lead-up to the Copa America Centenario. As such, the Galaxy will travel to Toronto looking to break the duck after going scoreless in their last game against Sporting Kansas City.
That said, the Galaxy have enjoyed recent success against Toronto. In the last four matches, Bruce Arena's side has outscored Toronto 13-4. What's more, the Galaxy have not lost to Toronto in MLS play since 2008.
The absences of Gyasi Zardes and Robbie Keane will presumably shift the Galaxy's attacking focus to Giovani dos Santos, who has scored all six of his goals in the last seven league matches.
Speaking of Gios, Toronto FC have one of their own. Reigning MVP Sebastian Giovinco has picked up where he left off last season, scoring eight goals and notching five assists in just 13 league appearances,
Match date/time: Saturday 7:30 pm EST, 7:30pm local
Venue: BMO Field, Toronto, Canada
TV: Time Warner Cable SportsNet, Time Warner Cable Deportes (Spanish)
Streaming: MLS Live (local blackout)