Will Austin FC rubber stamp second place in the Western Conference, a remarkable achievement in just their second-ever season?
Last time out, the Verde and Black were held to a 1-1 draw by Nashville at Q2 Stadium.
Sebastián Driussi on target, bagging his 21st goal of the season.
This means Josh Wolff’s side remain second in the west, five points clear of FC Dallas, and are guaranteed a home tie in the first round of the play-offs.
Vancouver Whitecaps meanwhile know this is likely to be the day their own post-season aspirations come to an end.
They did beat Cascadia Cup rivals Seattle a fortnight ago, with Pedro Vite and Julian Gressel getting the goals at BC Place.
This ended the Caps’ 15-match winless streak against the Sounders, the second-longest barren run any team has endured against another in MLS history.
Vanni Sartini’s team have enjoyed back-to-back wins but, given that they’re five points below the play-off spots with just two games remaining, they’re a long shot to say the least.
Will Vancouver’s post-season dreams go up in smoke at BC Place?