Seattle Sounders are unbeaten in four meetings with Atlanta United, although both meetings at Mercedes-Benz Stadium have ended in draws.
Raúl Ruidíaz has scored in both career appearances against Atlanta United.
These two may have featured in five of the last six MLS Cups between them, lifting the trophy on three occasions, but neither are, by any means, guaranteed a play-off spot.
Of the two, Seattle Sounders’ post-season aspirations are far more realistic.
The Rave Green leapt above the Western Conference play-off line in mid-week by beating FC Dallas.
Nicolás Lodeiro’s penalty the difference at Lumen Field.
Brian Schmetzer’s side have now won two of their last three, despite seeing their top seven chances derailed by three successive defeats beforehand.
Atlanta United meantime are down in 12th in the east, following last weekend’s goalless draw with in-form Chicago Fire at Solider Field.
So, Gonzalo Pineda’s side have only won one of their last eight, although their last three victories have all come at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Who will claim all three points in Georgia?