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Atlanta United at Inter Miami: Match Thread and How to Watch

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The Florida road trip rolls on

SOCCER: SEP 05 MLS Atlanta United FC at Orlando City SC Photo by Andrew Bershaw/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The matches are piling on now as we near the end of regional MLS play, and the latest midweek matchup comes tonight as Atlanta United travels back down to everyone’s favorite state.

Adam Jahn’s stoppage time equalizer Saturday against Orlando will have team spirits a little higher than they were for the previous Inter Miami match, exactly one week ago. Inter Miami also earned themselves another draw on the weekend, their second straight. Hopefully, for ours and Miami fans’ sanity, we don’t get a repeat of that scoreline here.

Accomplishing that will take more offensive effort from the South Floridians, but they’ll have help with the suspension of Franco Escobar for yellow card accumulation and the still injured Fernando Meza. Atlanta’s job, on the other hand, is made much more difficult by the presence of Blaise Matuidi, World Cup winner and former Juventus midfielder who in his first appearance brought control that Miami had previously lacked.

Is Atlanta legitimately improving? Will Damm get his first start? Will Adam Jahn strike shush again?

Make sure to browse our pre-match posts including the match preview and predicted lineup, then join us in the match thread below for the 8:00-ish kick from Ft. Lauderdale.


Atlanta United’s Lineup:

Inter Miami CF’s Lineup:


How to Watch:

Venue: Inter Miami CF Stadium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Kickoff Time: Wednesday, September 9th; 8:07 PM EST

Available TV: Fox Sports South

Available Streaming: Fox Sports GO, ESPN+ (Out of market)

Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1600 AM


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