We have an intriguing MLS clash this weekend as Minnesota United head across the boarder to face CF Montréal.
Montréal currently sit 10th in MLS's Eastern Conference with six wins, one draw and nine losses from sixteen games this season.
Montréal have had a middling campaign thus far but still sit in a strong enough position to mount a strong play-off push coming into the second half of the campaign.
They enter this game amidst a mixed run of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their lat five games, the most recent of which was a 3-0 defeat to Philadelphia Union.
The heavy loss at Philadelphia was a huge blow as it brought an end to a three-match winless run so they'll be hoping to get back on track here.
Their form at home, however, is inspirational with the Canadian side having won each of their last six consecutive games on home soil without conceding a single goal.
Montréal will want to get back to winning ways following a heavy loss last time out and despite the fact they face a tough opponent here they'll be confident in front of their own fans.
Minnesota United currently sit 7th in MLS's Easter Conference with five wins, five draws and six losses from sixteen games this season.
Minnesota have had a decent campaign thus far but their form has dropped off notably in recent weeks with their spot in the play-off places now under threat.
They're coming into this game having won just two of their last eleven MLS games, the most recent of which was a 1-1 draw with Toronto.
The draw with Toronto means they're now three games without a win and are at risk of embarking on another barren run.
Their form away from home is very concerning too, with Minnesota having lost five of their last six games on the road.
These two sides have met three times in their history and Minnesota have won all three encounters, so they can at least lean into that favourable head-to-head record despite being underdogs here.
Looking at the form of these two, a home win seems most likely.
For our Montréal vs. Minnesota prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.