The New York Red Bulls travel to Mercedes-Benz Stadium to face Atlanta United on Sunday afternoon.
New York is coming off of a 3-2 loss to New England while Atlanta drew 2-2 with Philadelphia last time out. The Red Bulls sit eighth in the Eastern Conference while The Five Stripes are tenth, one point behind their guests.
Midfielder Emerson Hyndman is out for the remainder of the season after suffering an ACL injury. Forward Josef Martinez will also miss out as he is away with Venezuela for Copa America duties. Midfielder Matheus Rossetto won't feature due to a lower-body injury.
The Red Bulls are without Cristian Casseres Jr., who is with Paraguay for Copa America. Aaron Long has a ruptured Achilles that will see him miss the rest of the season, defender Andrew Gutman is sidelined with a knee injury and Daniel Royer will also miss out. Florian Valot and Omir Fernandez are also doubts after suffering injuries.
Atlanta United: Guzan; Lennon, Robinson, Walkes, Bello; Ibarra, Sosa; Mulraney, Barco, López; Torres
New York Red Bulls: Miguel; Duncan, Reyes, Nealis, Edwards; Davis, Yearwood; Amaya, Clark; Fabio, Klimala
Ones to watch
Marcelino Moreno is Atlanta's top scorer with three goals while Jake Mulraney leads the club with two assists. Brooks Lennon has also been a key contributor, ranking third in MLS with 27 chances created.
Caden Clark, who signed with RB Leipzig midweek, but is being loaned back to the Red Bulls for the rest of the season, is New York's top scorer with four goals while Fabio leads the team with five assists.
New York is unbeaten in eight all-time regular season meetings against Atlanta United, having won six and drawn two. Their last matchup was on October 10th of last year when the Red Bulls emerged from Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a 1-0 victory thanks to a 47th-minute goal from Clark.
How to watch
Bally Sports South has coverage in Atlanta while MSG will televise the match in Atlanta. ESPN+ will also provide national streaming coverage. Kick-off is scheduled for 3:30pm Eastern time.