Atlanta United is flying high after Saturday night’s fathering of Orlando City for the first time since 2019, restoring the order of the world and giving the Five Stripes plenty of momentum to take into their hectic schedule.
Tonight they welcome FC Cincinnati to Mercedes-Benz Stadium, eager to build on the 3-0 win, Pineda’s first as manager. Now, with the return of Josef and Miles Robinson to the squad from international duty, the squad is even more threatening against the next to last place team in the Eastern Conference.
The match is set to be broadcast on regional Bally Sports Southeast, so streaming options are limited to AT&T TV or ESPN+ if outside of the blackout region.
Can Atlanta keep up their good form for a second straight match? Prepare for tonight’s meeting with our match preview and lineup prediction, then come back here to the comments below to join in on the match thread as we take in the action from the Benz.
Atlanta United’s Lineup:
#ATLUTD's Starting XI vs @fccincinnati pic.twitter.com/se9kH29h04— Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) September 15, 2021
FC Cincinnati's Lineup:
A bit of rotation in tonight’s matchday roster. #ATLvCIN | #FCCincy pic.twitter.com/HKGWR604Pb— FC Cincinnati (@fccincinnati) September 15, 2021
How to Watch:
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
Kickoff Time: Wednesday, September 15th, 7:08 P.M. 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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