Atlanta United’s season drags on tonight, welcoming Toronto FC in a match that with any luck won’t end up as the worst headline of the week for the Five Stripes.
A soulless Sunday in Portland brought about a 2-0 defeat (along with a lot of wasted chicken and rice) and a lack of upward momentum with a total of five games remaining in the regular season. While still only six points back from the playoff line, confidence is bleak, to say the least. If anything, a spirited showing in front of a home crowd is what’s needed to sustain any interest through the rest of the year.
Before we see just how bad (or good… but probably bad) this one goes, check out our match preview and predicted lineups, then jump back over to the match thread below to vent with the rest of us.
Atlanta United’s Lineup:
Tonight's Starting XI for #ATLvTOR pic.twitter.com/F45dfG9Rq4— Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) September 10, 2022
Toronto FC’s Lineup:
Battle ready in Georgia— Toronto FC (@TorontoFC) September 10, 2022
Tonight's Starting XI vs @ATLUTD#ATLvTOR | #TFCLive pic.twitter.com/rfA2TqCzpj
How to Watch:
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
Kickoff Time: Saturday, September 10th; 7:38 PM ET
Available TV: Bally Sports South
Available Streaming: Bally Sports App, ESPN+ (Out of market)
Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1460 AM
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