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Back at Inter Miami, after resting games against Ecuador and Bolivia. Lionel Messi is gearing up for a new series of matches in U.S. Soccer.
Over the next two weeks, Florida will face four MLS games as well as the U.S. Open final against the Houston Dynamo. Domestic competition does not stop during FIFA Date, Garzas, who defeated Sporting Kansas City 3-2, are preparing to continue their comeback in the standings starting this Saturday with an away trip to Atlanta United (18:00 Argentina time) .
Tata Martino’s pupil will clash with the coach’s former team amid uncertainty over whether the Argentine star will start, considering he did not feature against Bolivia due to muscle fatigue. Four days later, Inter Miami will face Toronto FC, bottom of the Eastern Conference, before visiting Orlando City in the new Sun Country Derby (Sunday 24th).
With their next three MLS games underway, the Pinks will host the US Open Cup Final on Wednesday the 27th at 9:30pm, while they will end the month hosting New York City FC on Saturday the 30th ) ) for the championship.
Messi will also have FIFA dates in October against Paraguay (Thursday 12th) and Lima (Tuesday 17th) against Peru before joining the Argentina national team. 7/10).
Rejoining the Herons, the 10 teams will be playing catch-up in MLS with a game against Charlotte FC coming up with the specific goal of making it to MLS. MLS) playoffs, which could take up to seven more games.
In November, Albiceleste will conclude its 2023 campaign, hosting Uruguay and visiting Brazil.
Los Angeles FC 1-3 Inter Miami (Sunday 3)
Argentina 1-0 Ecuador (Thursday 7th)
Atlanta United VS Atlanta United Inter Miami (Saturday 16th)
Inter Miami VS Inter Miami Toronto FC (Wednesday 20th)
Orlando City vs. Orlando City Inter Miami (Sunday 24th)
Inter Miami VS Inter Miami Houston Dynamo (Wednesday 27th)
Inter Miami VS Inter Miami New York FC (Saturday 30th)
And then…Chicago Fire, Cincinnati, Paraguay, Peru, Charlotte, playoffs? , Uruguay and Brazil.