D.C. United to win is 13/10.
D.C. United to win and both teams to score is 3/1.
Taxiarchis Fountas is 11/2 to break the deadlock and 8/5 to add to his ten MLS goals.
Will Wayne Rooney make a winning start as he returns to D.C. United, this time as manager.
Last weekend, the new Head Coach watched on as the Black-and-Red were meekly beaten 2-0 at Minnesota United.
This means D.C. have now only won one of their last ten matches, this being that memorable 5-3 victory in Orlando.
So, unsurprisingly, the capital club are rock bottom of the east, desperately needing their first home win since 7 May.
Visitors Club de Foot Montréal meanwhile are buoyant after beating Canadian Classique rivals Toronto last weekend.
An own goal, provoked by Romell Quioto, the only goal of the day at Stade Saputo.
This is the first time ever CF Montréal have won four successive MLS matches against their biggest rivals.
More importantly, Wilfried Nancy’s side are now fourth having won seven of their last 12.
Will Rooney enjoy a much-needed new manager bounce at Audi Field?