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Atlanta United at Columbus Crew: Match Thread and How to Watch

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Following a hectic Wednesday, Atlanta looks for revenge against the champs

MLS: Columbus Crew SC at Atlanta United FC Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Five Stripes take the pitch tonight for the second time this week at the new Lower.com Field in Columbus, Ohio, as the search for a win continues into a twelfth straight match.

Wednesday’s hectic match in Montreal saw Atlanta United rebound after going down by two, earning a hard fought draw, but still cannot find an elusive victory. A red card shown to Josef Martinez in the second half of the match after dragging his team level won’t help their chances much against the Crew, but more time back on the pitch for Atlanta’s international players should result in better play as the team looks to avenge Columbus’ win at the Benz just two weeks ago.

This evening’s match will air regionally once again, this time on Bally Sports South, leaving streaming services limited to AT&T TV and ESPN+ for those outside the regional blackout area.

Before kickoff rolls around, remember to check out our match preview and predicted lineups for more detail on the matchup, then come back here to the comments below and join us as we see if Valentino’s squad can find a result against Darlington Nagbe and the Columbus Crew.


Atlanta United’s Lineup:

Columbus Crew’s Lineup:


How to Watch:

Venue: Lower.com Field, Columbus, Ohio

Kickoff Time: Saturday, August 7th; 7:38 PM 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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