Club Internacional de Fútbol Miami: play-off bound.
On Wednesday night, Inter Miami beat Sunshine State rivals Orlando City 4-1 at DRV PNK Stadium.
Gonzalo Higuaín, who’s announced he’ll retire at the end of the season, with a brace, while Leonardo Campana and Ari Lassiter also netted.
Since 9 April, the Herons have accumulated 32 points from 13 matches; only LAFC have a better record in this period.
Also, Phil Neville’s team have now won four games on the bounce, meaning Inter Miami will feature in the post-season for the very first time.
They currently sit fifth, hopeful of leapfrogging RBNY into fourth, but they’ll need a victory here to have any chance of that.
Club de Foot Montréal’s post-season participation has been secure for some time, with their eyes now firmly set on being the top-seeds in the east.
The Canadian club beat D.C. United 1-0 at Stade Saputo last weekend, much to Joaquin Torres’ relief, after he saw a penalty saved.
That made it three victories on the bounce for Wilfried Nancy’s team, who’ve only lost one of their last 14.
CF Montréal kick off Decision Day second, two points below Philadelphia Union who host TFC simultaneously.
If Montréal win and Philly don’t, the Canadian outfit will proudly end up top of the Eastern Conference for the first time in their MLS history.
So, plenty to play for in Fort Lauderdale, but who will come out on top?