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Atlanta United at Chicago Fire: Match Thread and How to Watch

How will the Five Stripes fare in the Windy City?

MLS: Chicago Fire at Atlanta United FC Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

From a horrific loss to a dominant win, the pendulum of results has swung mightily for Atlanta United over the past week. Now, with a visit to Soldier Field on the docket, which direction will things progress for the Five Stripes?

Nearly a month ago, Atlanta robbed the Fire of a result at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, with a late own goal giving the home side three points after a less than desirable performance on April 22nd. Since then, neither side has seen stellar results, and Chicago have made a change in the managerial position, letting go of Ezra Hendrickson. Results on the road never come easy, though. A win tonight would be massive for Atlanta to not let the momentum from Wednesday’s 4-0 shellacking go to waste.

Tonight’s 8:39 kickoff will be broadcast on Apple TV+ with an MLS Season Pass subscription. Radio coverage is provided in English on 92.9 The Game and in Spanish on La Mejor. You can redeem a free month of MLS Season Pass using the link provided in a Tweet from the club below:

Before then, hop over to our match preview and predicted lineups, then come back over to the match thread in the comments below and join us as we discuss all the action from Soldier Field.

Atlanta United’s Lineup:

Chicago Fire’s Lineup:

How to Watch:

Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Kickoff Time: Saturday, May 20th; 8:39 PM ET

Available TV: Apple TV (with MLS Season Pass)

Available Streaming: Apple TV App,

Available Radio: 92.9 The Game, La Mejor 1600/1460/1130 AM

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