New England vs. Montreal (Sunday, 11.00pm)
We say: New England Revolution 1-0 CF Montreal
New England are showing their depth as the Eastern Conference leaders are first in MLS in goals (28) and assists (29), having gone scoreless only once all season.
Montreal are more than capable of keeping a match close, but they do not have enough attacking threats to bother a much-improved Revolution defence.
NY City vs. Orlando City (Sunday, 11.00pm)
After both returning to winning ways last time out, New York City FC and Orlando City face off at the Yankee Stadium looking to make it back-to-back victories.
The visitors head into Sunday's meeting in Bronx with a five-point cushion over their hosts, who are three places down below in fifth.
We say: New York City FC 2-1 Orlando City
The onus is more on the hosts to seize the initiative and claim all three points against a more in-form away side. We are backing New York City FC to rise up to the challenge and come out triumphant, albeit by only a narrow margin.
Inter Miami vs. Philadelphia (Monday, 12.30am)
Looking to avoid a seventh consecutive league defeat and potentially move off the foot of the MLS table, Inter Miami play host to Philadelphia Union on Monday.
Meanwhile, the away side seek to consolidate their position in a tightly-packed top half of the log as the season approaches its tipping point.
We say: Inter Miami 1-1 Philadelphia Union
Given their form coming into the contest, Inter Miami will be the happier of the two sides should it end in a draw, and we are predicting the game to pan out that way. However, it will be no surprise if the visitors end up nicking it by the odd goal.
DC United vs. NY Red Bulls (Monday, 1.00am)
Both sides are also looking to put together a good run of form following a rough patch which has seen them win just one of their last five league matches apiece.
We say: DC United 1-1 New York Red Bulls
The game promises to be an exciting watch, as both sides will feel that they have enough to pick up all three points. While we expect goals at both ends, we are also backing a share of the spoils, with the teams having to settle for a point apiece in the end.
Seattle vs. Kansas (Monday, 2.00am)
Seattle blanked Austin 1-0 to move five points clear of KC in the west as the Wizards drew 1-1 with the San Jose Earthquakes.
We say: Seattle Sounders 1-1 Sporting Kansas City
The Sounders have had everything seemingly go against them in terms of injuries, but they always seem to find a way to earn a result, and they will have to be especially sharp against the Wizards.
Kansas City should present Seattle with their biggest challenge of the season, and it should be quite the chess match between two of the most brilliant minds in MLS in Brian Schmetzer and Peter Vermes.