Vancouver have won their last two meetings with Montréal but before that, the side from Quebec had won four of their previous five encounters. The Whitecaps have only won one of their last seven visits to Montréal.
Both teams to score is 4/5.
Draw and both teams to score is 4/1.
Đorđe Mihailović is 15/2 to break the deadlock and 12/5 to score anytime.
Two Canadian clubs meet in this cross-conference affair, both hoping to improve on their current positions.
Of the two, Club de Foot Montréal are higher up in the table with Wilfried Nancy's side having won back-to-back games.
Last weekend, they saw off New York Red Bulls 2-1 away with Rudy Camacho equalising before Romell Quioto pounced on some terrible defending to win it.
A week earlier, Montréal had won a seven-goal thriller in Cincinnati, with Đorđe Mihailović bagging a brace in a 4-3 victory at TQL Stadium.
So now, the club formally known as the Impact, are aiming to win three successive MLS games for the first time since July.
Vancouver Whitecaps meanwhile have still only won once this season, so are currently down in 13th in the Western Conference.
Vanni Sartini's side were left frustrated last weekend as they were beaten 3-2 by Cascadia Cup rivals Portland Timbers at BC Place.
Cristian Dájome got them back into it before missing a penalty, with Ryan Gauld's 96th minute spot-kick proving scant consolation.
A week earlier, the Caps had beaten Sporting Kansas City 1-0 in British Columbia, but were unable to build on that.
Here, in their first game of 2022 at Stade Saputo, will Montréal be too strong for their Canadian rivals?
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