Seattle Sounders vs. Minnesota United: TV Channel, Live Stream, Team News & Preview

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On Sunday, Minnesota United takes to the streets to play them Seattle Sounders in a (n MLS match. Seattle has struggled so far this season, sitting 13th in the Western Conference while Minnesota currently sits in seventh place.

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Those teams last faced each other in April, with Seattle claiming one of its two wins this season, although it took Seattle an own goal from Minnesota to earn the 2-1 win.

Before the game, GATE has the details of how to watch TV, stream online, team news and more.

TV channels, live stream and how to watch guide

In the United States (US), MLS matches can be followed live and on demand with fuboTV (try for free).

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV, as well as a web browser.

Team News & Squad

Minnesota is chasing its fourth straight playoff appearance this year. The team has become a solid star with four wins, two draws and four losses in their first 10 games.

However, the team has lost twice in a row, falling 2-0 to LAFC and 1-0 to Cincinnati. The last MLS win was a 3-0 win over Chicago, with Emanuel Reynose, Kervin Arriaga and Robin Lod all scoring in the last third of the game.

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On the season, Minnesota United has a goal difference of two, with Lod leading the team with three goals.

Minnesota United expected starting XI: Fisher, Boxall, Dibassy, ​​Lawrence, Trapp, Arriaga, Danladi, Reynoso, Hlongwane, Hunou; Clear

Despite struggling in MLS this season, Seattle can boast of major recent success as they defeated Pumas in a 5-2 aggregate win to win the CONCACAF Champions League.

But the MLS game is rough. The team lost 2-0 to FC Dallas last weekend, marking the Sounders’ third straight loss. The team has scored just nine goals this season and has a goal difference of minus four.

Seattle has never finished lower than fourth in its conference and seventh overall in the MLS. The track record suggests things are about to change, but that will have to be soon if the team is to keep its streak of playoff appearances alive.

Planned Seattle Sounders from XI: Tolo, Ragen, Cissoko, Medranda, Atencio, Vargas, Dobbelaere, Chú, Montero, Bruin; Cleveland

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