Columbus Crew to win is 23/20.
Cucho Hernández has become only the eighth player in MLS history to score in each of his first outings in the competition. The Colombian is 6/1 to break the deadlock and 7/4 to extend his hot streak.
After winning last Sunday’s Hell is Real Derby, will Columbus Crew be able to cement their play-off position?
A week ago, the Crew beat their biggest rivals FC Cincinnati 2-0 at Lower.com Field.
Cucho Hernández breaking the deadlock with a header before Lucas Zelarayán fired home a late penalty.
The former has already scored four times for the Black and Gold, despite only playing 136 minutes since joining from Watford.
That win saw Caleb Porter’s men leapfrog Cincinnati in the standings and move up to sixth as the Crew are now unbeaten in eight games.
Will that streak continue?
Last season’s Supporters’ Shield winners New England Revolution meanwhile are currently below the play-off line, down in tenth to be precise.
The Revs were beaten 2-1 at Subaru Park by Philadelphia last weekend, despite taking the lead through Gustavo Bou.
That’s now back-to-back defeats for Bruce Arena’s men who had been unbeaten in ten beforehand.
A home win seems likely in Ohio.