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Atlanta United at CF Montreal: Match Thread and How to Watch

Atlanta attempts to establish themselves as playoff contenders in trip to Quebec

SOCCER: AUG 04 MLS - Atlanta United FC at CF Montreal Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

A midweek 1-0 victory over Inter Miami was enough to bring the Five Stripes back up the table following last weekend’s painful showing in Philadelphia. Now, Atlanta United hits the road once more, travelling north of the border to take on CF Montreal in an attempt to establish themselves in the Eastern Conference playoff picture.

The two sides meet for the third time this season tonight, the most recent of which ended in a hectic 2-2 draw in Montreal back on August 4th. We’ll see if Gonzalo Pineda’s squad can avoid the away day slump that was experienced against the Union and continue to climb their way up the table.

Like the previous match on Wednesday, you can catch tonight’s game on Bally Sports South, and on ESPN+ if located outside the blackout region. Radio calls are available as well to those unable to watch on 92.9 The Game and in Spanish on La Mejor 1600 AM.

Remember to check out our match preview and predicted lineups to get ready before kickoff, then join us back here to discuss all the action from the Stade Saputo.

Atlanta United’s Lineup:

CF Montreal's Lineup:

How to Watch:

Venue: Stade Saputo, Montreal. Canada

Kickoff Time: Saturday, October 2nd, 7:08 P.M. ET

Available TV: Bally Sports South

Available Streaming: AT&T TV, ESPN+ (Out of market only)

Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1600 AM

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