Real Salt Lake to win is 21/10.
Sergio Córdova is 13/2 to break the deadlock and 15/8 to score anytime.
Will Real Salt Lake be able to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointment?
A week ago, RSL were beaten 1-0 by FC Dallas at Rio Tinto Stadium, their first home defeat of 2022.
So, despite only winning one of their last six, Pablo Mastroeni’s team remain fourth in the west, needing to improve their form.
San Jose Earthquakes meanwhile are currently down in 13th with only SKC below them.
Alex Covelo’s team were beaten again last weekend, this time going down 2-1 to Portland Timbers.
This is despite the fact the visitors took the lead at Providence Park through Benji Kikanovic.
Before this, San Jose were actually unbeaten in three, beating Chicago and then LA Galaxy in the Cali Clásico.
Nevertheless, having won only five matches all year, the Goonies are eight points below the play-off line.
So, Real Salt Lake will fancy their chances of victory at PayPal Park.