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Atlanta United at Seattle Sounders: Match Thread and How to Watch

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MLS: Atlanta United FC at Seattle Sounders FC Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports

Last weekend, we saw Atlanta United get back into the win column in extraordinary fashion with a Marcelino Moreno header in the dying seconds of the match against CF Montreal. Now, the Five Stripes carry that momentum out west to face the league leading Seattle Sounders on their own turf.

A favorite matchup of the broadcast scheduling overlords, this installment of Atlanta-Seattle will again be on a national feed, being shown live on big FOX. This is the second of three matches Atlanta has been chosen for on the major networks, the others being Miami a few weeks ago and Columbus at home coming up in July.

Getting a win over the unbeaten Sounders will be a tall task for Atlanta, who have yet to claim all three points against their northwestern opponents in three tries. Injuries to Barco, Damm, and Alan Franco will also not be much help. However, as we saw last week, a strong defensive showing and a moment of brilliance can take you a long way in this sport.

Will Atlanta be up for the challenge? Check out our match preview and predicted lineup as you prepare for kickoff from Washington state, then come back here and hop into the match thread in the comments below as we cheer on the Five Stripes from across the country.


Atlanta United’s Lineup:

Seattle Sounders’ Lineup:


How to Watch:

Venue: Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington

Kickoff Time: Sunday, May 23th; 4:55 PM ET

Available TV: FOX, FOX Deportes

Available Streaming: FOX Sports App, Fubo TV (Free Trial)

Available Radio: Star 94.1 FM, La Mejor 1600 AM


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