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

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Time to bounce back in front of a national audience

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MLS: Atlanta United FC at Inter Miami CF Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Five Stripes wrap up a stint of three away matches across all competitions this afternoon, paying a visit to Inter Miami in hopes of steering their way out of the doldrums the squad currently find themselves in.

They’ll do so in front of a national audience on ABC, making this one of the most widely broadcast matches Atlanta will have this year. Being a nationally broadcasted match comes with the drawback of an early kickoff, and so the two teams will have the privilege of playing a 1 PM kick in an open air stadium... in South Florida... in May.

After overcoming the heat, Atlanta United will then need to overcome their previous record against Inter Miami, which so far has not seen a win in Atlanta’s favor. A 1-1 draw, 0-0 draw, and two 2-1 defeats all came within the span of six weeks towards the end of last season. Exorcising 2020’s demons with a win today would be a great way to show the progress of the team and get back to winning ways now that CCL is out the window.

Before we find out if the Five Stripes can get things done against the Higuain Brothers and Co., get prepared by reading our match preview and lineup prediction, then join us down below in the match thread as we discuss it all as it unfolds.


Atlanta United’s Lineup:

Inter Miami CF’s Lineup:


How to Watch:

Venue: DRV PNK Stadium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Kickoff Time: Sunday, May 9th; 1:08 PM ET

Available TV: ABC, ESPN Deportes

Available Streaming: Fubo TV (Free Trial), ESPN3

Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1600 AM


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