These two teams both kick off above the Eastern Conference play-off line, but will they both be part of the post-season party come the end of Decision Day.
Of the two, CF Montréal’s position is undoubtedly more secure, with the Canadian club second, ten points clear of missing out.
Wilfried Nancy’s side battled back to beat Houston Dynamo 3-2 at PNC Stadium last weekend.
Romell Quioto both scored and blazed over from 12 yards in an action-packed first-half that also saw Alistair Johnston net, before Lassi Lappalainen bagged the winner in the second 45.
This means Montréal have now won three consecutive MLS away matches for the first time ever, following victories at D.C. and Columbus.
In all, they’ve taken 14 points from the last 18 available, so are on course for their best finish since joining the league in 2012.
As for last season’s Supporters’ Shield winners New England, they’re simply just looking to sneak into the post-season this time round.
The Revolution though are coming into form at just the right time, holding in-form Toronto to a 2-2 draw at BMO Field on Wednesday.
Tommy McNamara and Justin Rennicks on target in Ontario.
Having won back-to-back games beforehand, Bruce Arena’s side have actually only lost two of their last 17.
In fact, the Revs are the only club in MLS who’ve not lost three or more matches since the beginning of May.
Will New England leave Stade Saputo with that record still in tact?