Philadelphia vs. Chicago Fire (Sunday, 11.00pm)
Philly are winless in their last two fixtures after a 1-1 draw with Inter Miami, and the Fire were narrowly beaten 2-1 last Saturday by Toronto.
We say: Philadelphia Union 2-0 Chicago Fire
The Union should be back to full strength for the most part, and they will get some help in the goalscoring department with the return of Corey Burke, plus they are unbeaten in their last four games at Subaru Park, collecting three successive clean sheets.
Chicago fired everything they could at their opponents last week, and they still struggled offensively against a team in Toronto who have conceded the most goals in the league (32), while they have not gained a single point on the road this season.
Toronto vs. Nashville (Monday, 12.30am)
Nashville SC will try to extend their unbeaten run to eight games when they pay a visit to BMO Field on Sunday to face Toronto.
Nashville are coming off a 2-0 win over FC Cincinnati last Saturday, while the Reds have yet to lose under interim manager Javier Perez, defeating the Chicago Fire last week 2-1.
We say: Toronto 1-0 Nashville SC
Toronto FC have improved defensively of late, and even though they have only maintained one clean sheet this year, they have limited the damage at BMO field, only allowing one goal in each of their last two home fixtures, while their goalkeeper has been able to steal them some points lately.
Nashville have been shut out of three of their four road matches this season, firing only one shot on target over their last two fixtures, so they do not create enough quality chances away from home.