Can either of these two clubs ignite a late play-off push?
Toronto FC were unbeaten in five matches, dating back to their trio of new Italians debuting at home to Charlotte on 23 July.
However, this streak came to an end last weekend with the Reds beaten 2-1 in Fort Lauderdale by Inter Miami.
Lorenzo Insigne bagging a stunning equaliser at DRV PNK Stadium, after Alex Bono had, pretty much, thrown the ball into his own net.
So, Bob Bradley’s team remain in 11th, five points below the play-off line with just seven regular season games to go.
Charlotte FC meanwhile are just one place and two points above their visitors from north of the boarder.
Christian Lattanzio’s team were beaten at Bank of California Stadium for just the fifth time last weekend, with Orlando City leaving North Carolina 2-1 winners.
McKinze Gaines’ equaliser wrapped up a 24-pass move.
This is the second most passes leading to a goal in MLS this season, only bettered by an effort from Karol Świderski earlier this season for Queen City.
Nevertheless, the expansion club have now lost five of their last seven, derailing their play-off ambitions.
Who will claim a much needed victory?