Both teams to score is 4/7.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 10/11.
Jeremy Ebobisse is 4/1 to break the deadlock and 21/20 to add to his 12 MLS goals this season.
Will Inter Miami’s decent form continue?
On Saturday, the Herons played out an exhilarating 4-4 draw with FC Cincinnati at DRV PNK Stadium.
Forgotten man Gonzalo Higuaín with a first-half hat-trick, the fourth place in MLS to achieve this in 2022, before Christopher McVey snatched a 97th minute equaliser.
This means Inter Miami have now scored in ten successive home games, the longest sequence in club history.
These games have yielded 20 points, very much keeping Phil Neville’s team afloat.
That’s because, on the road, Inter Miami have won just once this season, beating a heavily rotated Seattle side back in March.
As the side currently 11th in the east returns to the west coast, will they claim a victory?
San Jose Earthquakes are actually three points worse off than their visitors, sat second bottom of the west.
Alex Covelo’s team drew 2-2 with Real Salt Lake on Saturday night, conceding a 95th minute equaliser.
The Quakes began July by accumulating seven points from three matches, but have now only won two of their last nine.
Who will enjoy a rare victory at PayPal Park?