It’s second in the west vs third in the east as two of the most impressive teams in MLS this season go head-to-head.
Austin FC picked up the Copa Tejas last weekend, courtesy of their comeback 1-1 draw against FC Dallas.
Diego Fagúndez equalising 11 minutes from time in Frisco.
So, Josh Wolff’s men are now unbeaten in seven matches so remain second in the overall standings.
This is remarkable when considering that this is only the Verde and Black’s second-ever campaign.
So, will Austin win again?
New York Red Bulls meanwhile began the campaign by winning five successive road matches, but have only won one of six outside New Jersey since then.
Last weekend too, RBNY were beaten 1-0 at Red Bull Arena in the Hudson River Derby by NYCFC.
This has seen Gerhard Struber’s side slip to third in the east, six points below Philadelphia Union.
Will Q2 Stadium continue to be a fortress for Austin?