Seattle vs. Earthquakes (Saturday, 10.00pm)
We say: Seattle Sounders 1-1 San Jose Earthquakes
The Sounders always seem to respond well following a defeat, but they have struggled to score goals lately, and they looked vulnerable defensively last weekend for the first time all season.
San Jose have been unlucky to not come away with a win over the past few weeks, but they have started to make great strides on the back end and on the road, while also earning points against some solid MLS sides.
NY Red Bulls vs. New England (Saturday, 11.00pm)
It will be a match up of two teams heading in the opposite direction, with New York winless in their last three encounters, while the Revs lead the Supporters' Shield standings and have won their last three matches.
We say: New York Red Bulls 2-1 New England Revolution
There is something about Red Bull Arena that seems to bring out the best in New York, who have won four of their last five fixtures at home, scoring seven goals while conceding only twice.
The Revs may be the best team in the league at the moment, but they have never won at Red Bull Arena, losing in six of their last seven visits there.
Cincinnati vs. DC United (Sunday, 12.30am)
Meanwhile, the visitors come into the contest aiming to record back-to-back league wins for the first time in over a month.
We say: FC Cincinnati 1-2 DC United
DC United have the edge ahead of the contest, as their history in this fixture should give them the belief that they can emerge victorious. Cincinnati have also struggled on home turf this term, so we cannot envisage any other outcome rather than an away win.
Inter Miami vs. Montreal (Sunday, 1.00am)
On the other hand, the away side are looking to return to winning ways after suffering consecutive defeats in their last two outings.
We say: Inter Miami 1-1 CF Montreal
Inter Miami will be looking to push on from Monday's draw by claiming all three points in this one, while the visitors have some soul-searching to do following their recent slump in form. We anticipate a nervy encounter, with both sides settling for a point apiece in the end.
Kansas vs. Dallas (Sunday, 1.30am)
Dallas will try to win consecutive matches for the first time this year when they travel to Children's Mercy Park on Saturday afternoon to take on Sporting Kansas City.
Dallas dominated the Los Angeles Galaxy last week, winning 4-0, while KC handed the Seattle Sounders just their second loss of the year, 3-1.
We say: Sporting Kansas City 2-0 Dallas
Incredibly, KC seem to have flown under the radar this year, perhaps due to the way Seattle started the season, but after last week KC showed that they are a team to watch out for, and now they will have the motivation of knowing that a win on Saturday could move them into first place in the Western Conference.
Dallas have struggled with consistency all year, and they have not figured out how to handle playing on the road, going scoreless in five of their seven defeats away from home this season while being outscored 15-2.
Houston vs. Salt Lake (Sunday, 1.30am)
A poor run of form has seen Tab Ramos's side drop to ninth spot in the Western Conference, allowing Real Salt Lake to leapfrog them and move into the playoff places.
We say: Houston Dynamo 0-2 Real Salt Lake
Given Houston Dynamo's long list of absentees and their poor run of form, we would not be surprised to see them fall to another defeat on Sunday.
On the contrary to their opponents, Real Salt Lake find themselves in a positive run of form, and they should have enough to see off a depleted Houston squad.
Austin vs. Colorado (Sunday, 2.00am)
The newest expansion side in MLS are at the bottom of the Western Conference standings after losing 1-0 to the Seattle Sounders last week, while the Burgundy Boys suffered their worst defeat of the season last Saturday, falling 3-0 to Real Salt Lake.
We say: Austin FC 0-1 Colorado Rapids
Austin are tied with Inter Miami for the fewest goals scored this year (10), and although they are certainly capable of keeping a game close, they still lack that quality needed in the final third to gain an advantage.
Vancouver vs. Minnesota Utd (Sunday, 3.00am)
Following an eight-game winless run, the hosts have now gone three league matches without a defeat, while their opponents have lost just one of their last 11 MLS outings.
We say: Vancouver Whitecaps 2-2 Minnesota United
With both sides coming in with a certain degree of confidence, this could certainly go either way, and we see them sharing the points.
While Minnesota find themselves in a longer run of good form, Vancouver Whitecaps could be hugely booted by their turnaround, and we expect them to make it four games without a defeat with a commendable result on Sunday.