Inter Miami currently sit above the play-off places, but will they still be there come the end of decision day.
Last weekend, Jean Mota and Ari Lassiter were both on target as the Herons beat Toronto FC 2-1 in Fort Lauderdale.
This means Phil Neville’s team are unbeaten in five matches, accumulating 11 points from these games.
So, Inter Miami are up in sixth in the Eastern Conference, looking to qualify for the post-season for the very first time.
New York Red Bulls meanwhile are two places and five points above their visitors from the Sunshine State.
Gerhard Struber’s team were held to a 1-1 draw by FC Cincinnati in New Jersey last weekend with Patryk Klimala converting a penalty, his first goal since May.
Four of RBNY’s seven goals at Red Bull Arena since the start of July have come from 12 yards, including each of the last three.
More importantly, the Red Bulls have only won two of their last eight matches, ending their Supporters’ Shield hopes.
Nevertheless, the Red Bulls are still in a strong position to qualify for the play-offs.
Will there be a winner in New Jersey?