Both teams to score is 4/7.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 10/11.
Héber is 13/2 to break the deadlock and 15/8 to score anytime.
Having already lost their manager Ronny Deila this season, NYCFC have now seen their talisman depart for Europe.
This week, 2021 golden boot winner Valentín Castellanos joined fellow-City Football Group side Girona who’ve just been promoted to La Liga.
He did at least sign off in style, helping the Boys in Blue beat Inter Miami 2-0 at Yankee Stadium last weekend.
Maxi Moralez and then Héber on target in the Bronx.
So, Nick Cushing’s side have now won four successive matches, despite failing to win any of his first half games at the helm.
So, NYCFC now have 41 points on the board after 21 matches, the most the MLS Cup champions have ever accumulated at this stage of their title defence.
Will New York City’s winning streak continue into Canada?
Club de Foot Montréal though are just two places and six points below their visitors.
The beat D.C. United 2-1 at Audi Field last weekend with Romell Quioto bagging a brace, the first of which came 43 seconds in.
Amazingly, Montréal have now scored in the first minute three times this season, also doing so against Vancouver and RSL.
They are the first team to achieve this in a single MLS campaign.
More importantly, that’s now back-to-back victories for Wilfried Nancy’s team who remain fourth in the east.
This one at Stade Saputo could go either way.