Following a point grabbing performance on the road against one unbeaten MLS side, Atlanta United returns to the Benz this afternoon to take on yet another unbeaten squad in Nashville SC. Kickoff comes around half an hour after another less important match involving some English clubs begins this afternoon, which surely won’t be distracting in any way.
The real match of the day will be broadcast via Bally Sports Southeast, who go yet another week without reaching an agreement with any major streaming services. Radio coverage is on your typical stations, and the Spanish ESPN+ broadcast may again be an option for in market viewers to at least watch the game.
Can the Five Stripes bring Nashville’s run to halt and end with a bang before the three week break for international play? How much of a boost will the return of Barco and Alan Franco be to the squad?
Get ready for kickoff by checking out our match preview and predicted lineup, then come join us in the comments below to discuss all the action around the latest meeting of MLS’s Southeast teams.
Atlanta United’s Lineup:
#ATLUTD Starting XI vs @NashvilleSC pic.twitter.com/YgSnF5tRMp— Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) May 29, 2021
Nashville SC’s Lineup:
LET'S GOOOOOO— Nashville SC (@NashvilleSC) May 29, 2021
Our Starting XI for today's match in Atlanta ⬇️#EveryoneN #ATLvNSH pic.twitter.com/2H3RLdGEuZ
How to Watch:
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
Kickoff Time: Saturday, May 29th; 3:38 PM ET
Available TV: Bally Sports Southeast
Available Streaming: Bally Sports App, AT&T TV, ESPN+ (Out of market in English, all markets in Spanish)
Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1600 AM
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