Mercedes-Benz Stadium sees Sunday action as Atlanta take on Union – 9:00pm GMT.
Atlanta, currently sitting ninth, host second placed Union on Sunday.
Atlanta United arrive at this game, having secured 10 points so far this season
Having dropped a total of four points in their past two games, Gabriel Heinze won’t be devastated by those results, but will be eager to secure a consistent run of form.
With two draws in two matches, Atlanta need to develop a strategy for getting over the line in games. With 10 points, they currently sit ninth in the League having won three fixtures, drawn two fixtures, and lost four games.
Atlanta have won two meetings and drawn one game of their three League matches at home this season.
A victory for Atlanta United would put them on 13 points.
This season’s Major League Soccer campaign, has so far seen Philadelphia Union 14 points
With Union having secured all three points on their two previous outings, Jim Curtin’s men will doubtless be looking to retain their run after this fixture.
Can Union extend their incredible run of three wins? They currently sit in second place, with a total of 14 points having won five fixtures, drawn two meetings, and lost two meetings.
Union will travel to Atlanta with a win record on the road that is quite unremarkable, with two wins and one darts.
A win in this fixture would take Philadelphia Union’s points to 17 in the League.
Atlanta United v Philadelphia Union Head-to-Head.
Atlanta and Union have faced each other seven times in the past, with the balance of wins sitting in Atlanta’s favour (4 – 1). Further, three of the previous four meetings between Atlanta and Union have resulted in a Atlanta win.
Players to watch
For Atlanta, has netted
in 7 League games this campaign, while scored
in 8 League fixtures this season for Union.