CF Montréal are aiming to win three successive MLS matches in Quebec for the first time since July 2018. Orlando City though have won five of their last seven meetings with Montréal, winning four of their last six encounters in Canada.
Both teams to score is 3/4.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 6/5.
Đorđe Mihailović is 11/2 to break the deadlock and 21/10 to add to his five goals so far this season.
Facundo Torres is 13/2 to open the scoring and 5/2 to score in back-to-back games for Orlando.
Will Club de Foot Montréal's resurgence continue?
Last weekend, Wilfried Nancy's side beat Atlanta United 2-1, with Kamal Miller and then Joaquín Torres the scorers.
This means, since starting the season with three straight defeats, the Canadian club have taken 14 points from 18 available.
Having beaten Vancouver and now Atalanta, they're aiming for three successive victories in Quebec for the first time in almost four years.
CF Montréal are currently fourth in the Eastern Conference, last finishing that high in 2015, but will they end the weekend even higher?
Orlando City meanwhile make the long trip north and over the boarder one place and three points better off than their hosts.
The Lions also won 2-1 last weekend, beating Charlotte FC at Exploria Stadium, with Ruan and then Facundo Torres doing the damage.
Ruan celebrated his goal by wearing The Flash's mask, before showing exactly why he's earned this nickname, racing through to set up the second.
Óscar Pareja's team have now won three of their last four, only losing two of their first ten matches.
Will there be a winner at Stade Saputo?
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