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Atlanta United vs. Inter Miami: Match Thread and How to Watch

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Can the Five Stripes pick up the pace in the home stretch and lock down a playoff place?

MLS: Inter Miami CF at Atlanta United FC Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

A big double game week for Atlanta United begins tonight with the next to last home match of the year against Inter Miami CF. The Five Stripes currently sit in the seventh and final playoff position in the Eastern Conference, and will need to make the most of their four remaining games if they are to stay above the red line and contend for home field come postseason.

Inter Miami have historically been tricky for Atlanta to bypass, having only been beaten once in the all time record. Miami sits tenth in the conference, but are coming off a big 5-1 win over FC Cincinnati over the weekend. To the Five Stripes’ advantage, Josef Martinez may be healthy enough to rejoin the starting eleven, and Ezequiel Barco is available once again following his suspension from the Montreal match.

This evening’s match is broadcast on the regional Bally Sports South, with radio coverage on 92.9 The Game and in Spanish on La Mejor 1600 AM. Streaming is limited to AT&T TV and ESPN+ if located outside of the blackout region.

Before kickoff comes around, check out our match preview and predicted lineups to get prepared for the game, then come back here to the match thread and comments below and join us as we take in the action from the Benz.


Atlanta United’s Lineup:

Inter Miami's Lineup:


How to Watch:

Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia

Kickoff Time: Wednesday, October 27th, 7:38 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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