Philadelphia are unbeaten in five meetings with Montréal, winning three of them. The Canadian club have only ever won two of 15 visits to Pennsylvania, leaving victories in 2017 and 2018.
Under 2.5 goals is 1/1.
Both teams to score NO is 19/20.
Philadelphia to win and both teams to score NO is 7/4.
Dániel Gazdag is 13/2 to break the deadlock and 2/1 to score anytime.
The last unbeaten record in Major League Soccer is gone.
Last weekend, in their seventh match of 2022, Philadelphia Union were finally beaten, going down 2-1 at BMO Field against Toronto.
This is despite the fact Julián Carranza actually gave the visitors the lead in Ontario.
Before this, Jim Curtin's side had won five successive MLS games for the first time in Philadelphia's history.
The Union do remain top of the Eastern Conference, but now have Orlando breathing down their necks, so are under pressure to bounce back.
Club de Foot Montréal meanwhile moved above the play-off line last weekend, thanks to a third successive victory.
Đorđe Mihailović and Romell Quioto on target at Stade Saputo as they beat Canadian rivals Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1.
The Caps thought they'd snatched a dramatic stoppage time equaliser, but the goal was ruled out for a very marginal offside by VAR.
So, as mentioned, Wilfried Nancy's side have won three successive matches, following road victories over FC Cincinnati and New York Red Bulls.
This is Montréal's best form since July, but their new-found credentials will be sorely tested in Chester.
Will the Union be too strong at Subaru Park?
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