Eight of the last nine meetings between these two have produced home wins, the only exception being Montréal's win in Harrison three years ago. In all, the Canadian club have only won two of 14 visits to New Jersey.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 6/5.
New York Red Bulls to win and over 2.5 goals is 11/8.
Lewis Morgan is 5/1 to break the deadlock and 15/8 to add to his ten goals in MLS.
Can Yew York Red Bulls continue their very bright start to the season?
Last weekend, Gerhard Struber's side took on Supporters' Shield winners New England Revolution in Boston and won it in dramatic fashion.
Despite the fact Frankie Amaya had been sent off, a stoppage time own goal saw the Red Bulls snatch a last-gasp 1-0 victory in Foxborough.
This means NYRB have started an MLS season with three away wins out of three, the first team to achieve that since SKC a decade ago.
Now, having lost to Minnesota and drawn with Columbus, the side currently second in the east just need to fix their home form.
This should be the perfect opportunity to do just that with Club de Foot Montréal above only hopeless Inter Miami in the Eastern Conference.
Although, Wilfried Nancy's side did claim their first victory of 2022 last weekend, extraordinarily beating FC Cincinnati 4-3 at TQL Stadium.
Đorđe Mihailović equalised twice in a frenetic first 45, which saw Kei Kamara improbably poke his team ahead in stoppage time.
Cincinnati then made it 3-3 from the penalty spot before Joaquín Torres snatched the seventh goal of the afternoon and that was enough for the win.
Before this, Montréal had lost their first three matches of 2022 before a 3-3 draw in Atlanta, a game in which they were 3-1 in front with just five to play.
Will New York be too strong at Red Bull Arena?
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