Atlanta United have won five of their ten meetings with Montréal but are winless in three against the Canadian club. In fact, the Five Stripes have only won one of five trips to Quebec.
Both teams to score is 4/6.
Đorđe Mihailović is 9/1 to break the deadlock and 3/1 to add to his four goals so far this season.
Luiz Araújo is 8/1 to open the scoring and 5/2 to score anytime.
Can Atlanta United address their poor form?
Last weekend, despite Ronaldo Cisneros opening the scoring at DRV PNK Stadium, the Five Stripes were beaten 2-1 by Inter Miami.
This means Gonzalo Pineda's side have only taken one point from their last three games, despite winning three out of five before this slump.
Atlanta are clearly struggling to cope without first-choice goalkeeper Brad Guzan and star striker Josef Martínez, both of whom are out injured.
Despite this, the Five Stripes are actually still fourth in the Eastern Conference, so will they get back to winning ways as they journey north of the boarder?
Club de Foot Montréal meanwhile come into this one unbeaten in five, form which has seen them join their visitors on 11 points.
Montréal's first point of the campaign came at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in mid-March in a crazy 3-3 draw.
The Canadian side led 3-1 with five to play, only for Thiago Almada and then Brooks Lennon's stunning free-kick to salvage a point for the hosts.
Nevertheless, Wilfried Nancy's side then won three on the bounce after that, before last weekend's impressive 1-1 draw at Philadelphia Union.
Kei Kamara tapping home an equaliser in Pennsylvania, the eighth time he's scored against the Union in his MLS career.
So, Montréal and Atlanta are level on points, but will that still be the case come full time at Stade Saputo?
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