FC Cincinnati are looking to win back-to-back MLS home games for the very first time. The Orange and Blue's record against Montréal is impressive, winning three of five matches. In 2021, Montréal won a nine-goal thriller in Canada, before a rather less memorable goalless draw in Ohio.
FC Cincinnati to win is 11/8.
Both teams to score NO is 6/5.
Brandon Vazquez has scored four in his last three appearances. He is 13/2 to break the deadlock and 2/1 to score anytime.
Can FC Cincinnati get back to winning ways?
Last weekend, the Orange and Blue's winning streak came to an end as they were beaten 2-0 at Bank of America Stadium by expansion club Charlotte FC.
Before this, Cincinnati had won back-to-back MLS games for the first time since June, beating Orlando 2-1 and then Inter Miami 3-1.
Brandon Vazquez with a brace in both wins.
So, the side who've been awarded the Wooden Spoon in all three seasons to date, are currently up in ninth in the Eastern Conference.
Club de Football Montréal meanwhile are down in 13th, only being kept off the bottom by a hopeless Inter Miami.
Wilfried Nancy's side began the campaign with three successive defeats but really should've claimed their first win before the international break.
Goals from Đorđe Mihailović, Ismaël Koné and then a penalty from Romell Quioto had the Canadian club 3-1 up away to Atalanta United.
But, despite also boasting a man advantage, Montréal conceded twice in the final four minutes so only left Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a draw.
Will last season's Canadian Championship winners, belatedly, claim their first MLS win of the season at TQL Stadium?
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