Portland have only won one of their last nine trips to Frisco but that was a play-off win en route to MLS Cup in 2018. 21 of the 29 meetings between FC Dallas and the Timbers have seen both teams score.
Both teams to score this time too is 8/13.
Draw and both teams to score is 10/3.
Alan Velasco scored a spectacular goal on his MLS debut last weekend. He is 17/2 to break the deadlock and 13/5 to make it two in two for Dallas.
Will Portland Timbers' unbeaten start to the campaign continue?
Giovanni Savarese's side began 2022 with back-to-back draws, first 2-2 against New England Revolution and then 1-1 at LAFC.
In the latter, at Banc of California Stadium, the Timbers came agonisingly close to a victory, conceding the equaliser in the 93rd minute.
But, last weekend, Portland did get three points on the board, beating then table-topping Austin FC 1-0 at Providence Park.
Bill Tuiloma getting the only goal, heading home Yimmi Chará's free-kick.
Now, will last season's MLS Cup runners-up make it back-to-back wins?
FC Dallas meanwhile lifted the Supporters' Shield in 2016 but have actually failed to make the post-season in two of the subsequent five campaigns.
Nico Estévez's side though enjoyed their first victory of 2022 last weekend, beating Nashville 2-0 in Frisco.
Franco Jara opened the scoring with an 85th minute penalty before, just moments later, record-signing Alan Velasco dribbled past everybody and fired into the roof of the net.
The Argentinian teenager showing the talent he has that persuaded Dallas to part-with $7 million for his services in the off-season.
Overall, Dallas now have four points in total, having drawn with Toronto and then lost to New England Revolution in Foxborough.
Will there be a winner at Toyota Stadium?
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