Two clubs, either side of the Eastern Conference play-off line, go head-to-head in a crucial clash in Fort Lauderdale.
Of the two, Columbus Crew kick off two places and five points better off, looking to cling onto the seventh and final post-season place.
On Friday night, the Black and Gold looked set to beat CF Montréal in Quebec, leading 2-0 through Jonathan Mensah and Lucas Zelarayán.
However, the Canadian club got one back in the 89th minute, before dramatically equalising with the last kick of the night.
So, that’s certainly two points dropped for Caleb Porter’s men, who’ve actually drawn five of their last six outings.
In fact, the only team the Crew have beaten since 6 August is Inter Miami, hope for a repeat of that as they make the 993 mile trip to the Sunshine State.
As for Phil Neville’s team, their post-season hopes suffered a real set back on Saturday, losing 3-1 at SeatGeek Stadium against strugglers Chicago Fire.
Gonzalo Higuaín’s penalty ultimately in vain in Illinois.
That’s now back-to-back defeats for the Herons, who were unbeaten in five before this untimely slump.
With just four games to go, after this one, Inter Miami need to make it three straight victories at DRV PNK Stadium.