Info to know: Atlanta United at New England

Atlanta United (10-12-10) will play at New England (9-12-11) in an MLS game Saturday. The broadcast will start at 1:30 p.m. The game will be televised on UniMas.

You can follow Doug Roberson’s live coverage on Twitter (@DougRobersonAJC). He will post a game story at at the final whistle.

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Managers: Atlanta United’s Gonzalo Pineda vs. New England’s Bruce Arena

Site: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.

Home/road records: Atlanta United on road 2-9-5; New England at home 6-4-6

Goals for/against: Atlanta United 46/50; New England 44/48

Expected goals for/against: Atlanta United 50.1/46.5; New England 41.7/50.4


Atlanta United

Josef Martinez: Eight goals, four assists

Ronaldo Cisneros: Seven goals, one assist

Thiago Almada: Six goals, 11 assists

JuanJo Purata: Six goals

Luiz Araujo: Four goals, five assists

Dom Dwyer: Four goals

New England

Guastavo Bou: Seven goals, two assists

Adam Buksa: Seven goals, two assists

Carles Gil: Seven goals, 13 assists


Referee: Armando Villareal

Assistant referees: Ian Anderson (AR1), Jeffrey Greeson (AR2)

Fourth official: Tori Penso

Video assistant referee: Fotis Bazakos

Assistant video assistant referee: Robert Schaap


For Atlanta United

Out: Ozzie Alonso (torn ACL), Dylan Castanheira (Achilles), Brad Guzan (Achilles), Miles Robinson (Achilles) and Emerson Hyndman (quad).

For New England

Out: Jacob Jackson (ACL) and Ismael Tajouri-Shradi (leg)

Questionable: DeJuan Jones (upper leg)

No players listed


“Yes, we are satisfied. I think it’s been two weeks of very good sessions. We’ve been working on things that we think can improve on the team in this last part of the season. And I’m very happy with the outcome.” – Pineda

“I think to just continue to do what we’ve been doing in the past few games, working well both offensively and defensively. And for me, it’s about being prepared for however many saves I have to make, whether it’s one, two or 20 – hopefully it’s not 20 – but we just have to be be prepared for whatever when those chances come.” – Raul Gudino

“We know that we have a strong team, and we want to be a team that’s in the playoffs. So we have to take it one game at a time. We want to win this game on Saturday. And of course win the next game, but that pressure is always there.” – Matheus Rossetto


Goalkeeper Raul Gudino

Right fullback Ronald Hernandez

Centerback JuanJo Purata

Centerback Alan Franco

Left fullback Andrew Gutman

Midfielder Santiago Sosa

Midfielder Amar Sejdic

Attacking midfielder Thiago Almada

Left wing Luiz Araujo

Right wing Brooks Lennon

Striker Dom Dwyer

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Atlanta United’s 2022 MLS schedule

Feb. 27 Atlanta United 3, Sporting KC 1

March 5 Colorado 3, Atlanta United 0

March 13 Atlanta United 2, Charlotte 1

March 19 Atlanta United 3, Montreal 3

April 2 Atlanta United 1, D.C. United 0

April 10 Charlotte 1, Atlanta United 0

April 16 Atlanta United 0, Cincinnati 0

April 24 Miami 2, Atlanta United 1

April 30 Montreal 2, Atlanta United 1

May 7 Atlanta United 4, Chicago 1

May 15 Atlanta United 2, New England 2

May 21 Atlanta United 2, Nashville 2

May 28 Columbus 2, Atlanta United 1

June 19 Atlanta United 2, Miami 0

June 25 Toronto 2, Atlanta United 1

June 30 New York Red Bulls 2, Atlanta United 1

July 3 Atlanta United 2, NYCFC 2

July 9 Austin 3, Atlanta United 0

July 13 Atlanta United 2, Real Salt Lake 1

July 17 Atlanta United 1, Orlando 1

July 24 L.A. Galaxy 2, Atlanta United 0

July 30 Atlanta United 0, Chicago 0

August 6 Atlanta United 2, Seattle 1

August 13 Atlanta United 2, Cincinnati 2

August 17 New York Red Bulls 2, Atlanta United 1

August 21 Atlanta United 2, Columbus 2

August 28 Atlanta United 3, D.C. United 2

August 31 Philadelphia 4, Atlanta United 1

Sept. 4 Portland 2, Atlanta United 1

Sept. 10 Atlanta United 4, Toronto 2

Sept. 14 Atlanta United 1, Orlando 0

Sept 17 Atlanta United 0 Philadelphia 0

Oct. 1 at New England, 1:30 p.m., UniMas