Two teams, currently just below the Eastern Conference play-off places, go in search of precious points in Fort Lauderdale.
Toronto FC come into this one unbeaten in five, not losing in MLS since their Italian revolution began a month ago.
On Wednesday night, this sequence continued, although the Reds were held to a 2-2 draw by New England.
Federico Bernardeschi converting a penalty, he’s now scored in his first three at BMO Field, the first player to achieve this, before the third wheel, Domenico Criscito, opened his TFC account.
The new Italians, Lorenzo Insigne, Bernardeschi and Criscito, have now scored six of Toronto’s last seven goals, underlining their transformative impact.
Despite accumulating 11 points from the last 15 available, Bob Bradley’s men are down in 11th, three points below the play-off places, with just eight games to go.
Inter Miami meanwhile kick off three points and three places above their Canadian visitors.
Last weekend, Phil Neville’s team came from behind to beat champions New York City FC 3-2 at home.
Alejandro Pozuelo, the man Toronto binned off to make room for their new DPs, bagging a brace, while Ari Lassiter was also on target.
This means the Herons are now unbeaten in four matches, winning six of their last 13, so are making an unexpected play-off push.
Who will win a crucial encounter at DRV PNK Stadium?