Montreal vs. Chicago Fire (Sunday, 6.00pm)
Canadian outfit CF Montreal are aiming to retain their spot in the final series playoff positions in the Eastern Conference, as they currently sit just two places and two points above Inter Miami, who have a game in hand.
Wilfried Nancy's side welcome Chicago Fire to the Saputo Stadium on Sunday, with the away side in poor form having only won once in their last five outings.
We say: CF Montreal 2-0 Chicago Fire
Montreal will take confidence from their 4-2 victory against Orlando, while Chicago Fire are struggling to stop their poor run of defeats.
Fire have only scored one goal in their last four games, suggesting that it is likely they will be unable to find the net on Sunday, while Montreal will be looking to take advantage of some fatigue Chicago may be experiencing as this is their sixth away game in a row.
Philadelphia vs. Orlando City (Sunday, 9.00pm)
Philadelphia Union could leapfrog Atlanta United into the playoff positions with a win against Orlando City on Sunday, which would also take Jim Curtin's side to within three points of this weekend's visitors, with a game in hand.
New England Revolution are seemingly running away with the Eastern Conference title, and third-placed Orlando are likely to now turn their focus to finishing the season strongly and securing a top-seven finish.
We say: Philadelphia Union 1-1 Orlando City
Both sides will want to end their losing streak, meaning that the game could be quite cagey as neither team will want to leave themselves vulnerable defensively.
A point a piece would not be the worst result for either team, as it will keep Philadelphia in touch of the top seven, and it will mean Orlando are a point closer to securing a playoff position.