Our prediction for this MLS match:
Charlotte will look to record their first win of the season when they take on Atlanta United on Saturday. Charlotte kicked off the 2023 MLS campaign in bad manner, with the team losing to both New England Revolution and St Louis City, and given their difficulties at the back, home win should not be considered. To make things even worse for the home side, all Vinicius Mello, Kristijan Kahlina, Guzman Corujo, and Adam Armour are sidelined with injuries.
The Five Stripes, on the other hand, head into the match following a 1-1 draw with Toronto. Atlanta are more of a team than Charlotte, and we predict that the visitors are going to pick up all three points from the match. Santiago Sosa misses out through suspension, while all Tyler Wolff, Machop Chol, and Osvaldo Alonso remain in the recovery room.
Highlighted Team (Atlanta United):
Atlanta United is a Major League Soccer club and they were founded on April 16, 2014. They are based in Atlanta, Georgia and they will make their debut in MLS in 2017. Arthur Blank is the club’s owner and Bobby Dodd Stadium is Atlanta United’s home ground.
Arthur Blank is an American businessman, who is well known for his ownership of the NFL club Atlanta Falcons. The venue was opened on September 27, 1913 and its’ current capacity is 60.316. However, it has to be noted that the team will play first eight home games of the 2017 season at Bobby Dodd Stadium, while the latter nine fixtures will be hosted by Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Speaking of the club’s colors, Atlanta United footballers wear black and red shirts and black shorts with a little bit of gold mixed in. Gerardo Martino, who used to be in charge of La Liga side Barcelona in the past, will coach Atlanta United in the 2017 MLS season. Tata Martino won the Spanish Super Cup with Barca, while making it to the Copa America final with Argentina on two occasions (2015, 2016).