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The MLS season continues on Saturday as Nashville SC hosts Atlanta United. Atlanta is seventh in the Eastern Conference standings, while Nashville sits eighth in the Western Conference.
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These two teams just faced in the Round of 32 at the US Open Cup, with Nashville scoring the win despite trailing 2-1 in the 90th minute. CJ Sapong tied it up in stoppage time, then Ethan Zubak scored in overtime.
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Atlanta United is coming off a 2-2 draw against New England, with Thiago Almada and Luiz Araújo both scoring goals. Atlanta took 26 shots in the game, with just five of them being on target.
The team has won four of its 11 matches so far, with four losses and three draws. The team has a positive goal differential and is one of just six teams in the Eastern Conference with a positive goal differential.
Predicted Atlanta starting XI: Lennon, Franco, DeJohn, Gutman, Ibarra, Rossetto, Almada, Moreno, Araujo, Cisneros; Shuttleworth
Nashville is coming off of a 2-0 loss to the Houston Dynamo. Despite the Dynamo being down a man for two-thirds of the match, Nashville could not take advantage, with just two of the team’s 12 shots being on target.
Through 11 matches, the team has four wins, four losses and three draws, with a goal differential of minus-one. The team is averaging one goal per match.
Nashville has advanced to the Round of 16 in the US Open Cup and will face Louisville City on May 25.
Predicted Nashville starting XI: Romney, Maher, Miller, Washington, Davis, McCarty, Haakenson, Muyl, Tooth, Sapong; Willis
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