Philadelphia are unbeaten in five meetings with Montréal, albeit the last two have ended in draws. Overall, the Union have won just two of 13 trips to Quebec.
Both teams to score is 4/6.
Draw and both teams to score is 10/3.
Dániel Gazdag is 12/1 to break the deadlock and 4/1 to score anytime.
Can Philadelphia Union claim their first victory of 2022?
Last weekend, in the season's opening match, Jim Curtin's men were held to a 1-1 draw by Minnesota United at Subaru Park.
The Loons actually took the lead in Pennsylvania but Cory Burke tapped home an equaliser not long after.
This was a decent point for the Union who are still without new DP striker Mikael Uhre who is yet to obtain a work-permit.
Philadelphia finished second in the Eastern Conference last season having won the Supporters' Shield 12 months earlier.
Thus, they're expecting another strong campaign in 2022.
Club de Foot Montréal meanwhile began their season earlier than most in the CONCACAF Champions League but recorded a memorable win.
Despite losing the first leg in Mexico, they bounced back and got through against Santos Laguna, thanks to a thumping 3-0 victory at Stade Olympique.
Wilfried Nancy's side will face more Liga MX opposition in the quarter-finals, namely Cruz Azul, with the first leg at the Azteca to come on Wednesday.
Continental competition involvement often has a detrimental affect on an MLS team's domestic form and this was certainly the case last weekend.
Montréal were beaten 2-0 by Orlando City at Exploria Stadium with both teams ended the game a man down.
Romell Quioto sent off for punching an opponent in the chest mid-way through the second half.
While the Champions League may be the priority for the Canadian club, they'll want to get points on the board on the domestic front.
Will there be a winner at Stade Saputo?
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