Live coverage on Sportsnet ONE begins at (19.00 ET / 16.00 PT).
Action in the 2013 Amway Canadian Championship is set to continue on Wednesday evening with FC Edmonton and Impact Montréal hoping to come from behind to prevent a fifth-consecutive final between Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
In the night’s first match, the Impact will be looking to claw back a two-goal deficit after Toronto FC’s 2:0 home win in the first-leg of the semi-final tie between the two teams on 24 April. Montréal will host Toronto at Stade Saputo (19.45 local kick-off) with the match live on Sportsnet ONE (19.30 ET / 16.30 PT).
The action will then shift West as Whitecaps FC will be looking to finish the job at home to FC Edmonton after coming from behind to pick up a 3:2 win over the Edmontonians in last week’s first leg at Commonwealth Stadium. Vancouver and Edmonton will do battle at BC Place (19.15 local kick-off), the match will also be live on Sportsnet ONE (22.00 ET / 19.00 PT).
Fans will also be able to follow limited live coverage of Wednesday’s night’s Amaway Canadian Championship matches on Twitter: @CanadaSoccerEN. Highlights from all Championship matches will be available on CanadaSoccerTV.
The winner of the Toronto-Montréal semi-final will go on to face the winner of the Edmonton-Vancouver tie for the right to hoist the Voyageurs Cup. The winner of the 2013 Amway Canadian Championship will go on to be Canada’s lone representative in the 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League.
The home-and-away Championship final will be played on 15 and 29 May.
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