We have a West vs. East tie in MLS this weekend as Minnesota United face Toronto FC.
Minnesota United currently sit 7th in MLS's Western Conference with five wins, four draws and six losses from fifteen games this season.
It's been a mixed bag for a Minnesota side that have not exactly been a beacon of consistency so far this season, but they find themselves well positioned in the play-off spots so all is well thus far.
They're coming into this game in typically mixed form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 2-1 defeat away at Austin.
The loss at Austin snapped a three-match unbeaten run so they'll be hoping to respond immediately here in front of their own fans.
But their form in front of their own fans has not been great of late with Minnesota having won just one of their last five games in home soil so they'll drastically want to rectify that.
Minnesota really need a home victory in order to start to build some momentum on their own turf and this is as good a chance as any to claim a big three points.
Toronto FC currently sit 13th in MLS's Easter Conference with three wins, eight draws and five losses from sixteen games this season.
Toronto have not yet found their groove in MLS this season despite boasting a start studded lineup as they sit third from bottom in the league table.
It's been a fairly tumultuous season, too, with rumours a fractured dressing room circulating with reports of Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi involved in clashed while manager Michael Bradley has allegedly been subjected to somewhat of a revolt amongst his players.
They're coming into this game very much out of form having won just one of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 0-0 draw with Chicago Fire.
They've been pretty shoddy away from home too, with the Canadian side losing their last three away games on the bounce while failing to win any of their last eleven on the road.
Toronto have won two of their last three head-to-head clashes with Minnesota but it doesn't feel like they're in good enough shape to take three points here.
For our Minnesota vs. Toronto prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.