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

Can the Five Stripes find three points north of the border?

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

On May 15th, 2021, in the 4th minute of stoppage time, the head of one Marcelino Moreno found a dangerous Jake Mulraney cross and redirected the ball off the right goalpost and into the back of the net to give Atlanta United a 1-0 victory with nearly the last event of the match.

Since then, the Five Stripes have undergone a ten match winless streak, along with enough inner turmoil and player absences to last a while. But tonight, the two meet again, and Atlanta are starting to show signs of life that may help them climb out of the MLS basement. A valiant fight against Orlando and players returning from international duty should make for an interesting game with Montreal, now returned to their proper Canadian home.

The run of nationally televised games has come to an end, though, and fans are back to their methods of accessing Bally Sports in order to view the action.

Before kickoff this evening, be sure to read up on the game with our match preview, as well as our predicted lineup, then come back here to the comments below as we see if the Five Stripes can get three points and put an end to the lingering winless stretch.

Atlanta United’s Lineup:

CF Montreal’s Lineup:

How to Watch:

Venue: Stade Saputo, Montreal, Canada

Kickoff Time: Wednesday, August 4th; 7:38 PM ET

Available TV: Bally Sports Southeast

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

Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1600 AM

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