It’s seventh vs sixth in the Eastern Conference and, with Decision Day just five and a half weeks away, every point counts.
Of the two, Inter Miami kick off high in the standings, albeit only on goal difference, having played a game more.
The Herons’ unbeaten run came to an end at the weekend, beaten 3-1 in Harrison by New York Red Bulls.
Gonzalo Higuaín gave the visitors the lead at Red Bull Arena, but everything went wrong when Alejandro Pozuelo was sent off shortly after.
Before this, Phil Neville’s team were unbeaten in five matches, notably beating NYCFC and Toronto in successive games.
This leaves Inter Miami sixth in the east; their current highest finish since joining the league is tenth.
2020 MLS Cup winners Columbus Crew too have work to do if they’re to secure an invite to the play-off party.
Caleb Porter’s team came from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Hell is Real Derby rivals FC Cincinnati on Saturday night.
Derrick Etienne Jr. with the first equaliser, before Steven Moreira ensured the Crew left TQL Stadium with a point, scoring in the sixth minute of injury time.
So, the Black and Gold have only lost one of 14 matches since 21 May, but have now drawn three on the bounce.
Here, can Columbus make home advantage count at Lower.com Field?