Toronto travels to Montréal for Match Day Three

Impact Montréal will host Toronto FC on Match Day Three of the 2010 Nutrilite Canadian Championship this Wednesday 12 May in Montréal, QC. The two sides kick off at 20.00 local time at Stade Saputo.

Impact Montréal will host Toronto FC on Match Day Three of the 2010 Nutrilite Canadian Championship this Wednesday 12 May in Montréal, QC. The two sides kick off at 20.00 local time at Stade Saputo.



The Wednesday match will be broadcast live on Rogers Sportsnet East and Rogers Sportsnet West at 20.00 ET / 17.00 PT. The match will also be streamed live, click here to watch the live stream. Full coverage of the match will be found on CanadaSoccer.com, the official website of the Nutrilite Canadian Championship. On Wednesday night, fans will also be able to follow the match live and join the conversation at www.twitter.com/CanadaSoccerEN.



The 2010 Nutrilite Canadian Championship runs six consecutive Wednesday nights from 28 April to 2 June. The championship features Impact Montréal, Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The top team not only wins the Voyageurs Cup, but also clinches a spot in CONCACAF Champions League.



Last week on 5 May, Vancouver Whitecaps FC pulled off a 1:1 draw against the visiting Impact at Swangard Stadium. After two weeks, Toronto FC is in first place with three points (1-0-0) while both Vancouver Whitecaps FC (0-1-0) and Impact Montréal (0-1-1) have one point each.



Now in its third season, the Nutrilite Canadian Championship features Canada’s top professional clubs in a six-match, round-robin format. Each club plays four matches – two at home and two on the road. This year’s six matches will be played at Stade Saputo in Montréal, BMO Field in Toronto and Swangard Stadium in Vancouver. All six matches will be broadcast on Rogers Sportsnet.

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