This is how you see DC United versus Minnesota United FC

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Ola Kamara and high-scoring DC United will face Minnesota United FC on Wednesday.

The black and reds go into the game with 37 points in the overall standings, good enough for a draw with CF Montréal in sixth place in the Eastern Conference. Minnesota also has 37 points and holds 6th place in the west. Only seven teams from each conference are earmarked for the playoffs, so none of the clubs can afford to miss out on flooring for just over a month in the regular season.

So you can watch.

DC UNITED vs. MINNESOTA UNITED FC HOW TO WATCH

What: DC United versus Minnesota United FC

Where: Audi Field, Washington, DC

When: Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. ET

TV channel: DC United v Minnesota United FC will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports Channel Finder) and in Spanish on TeleXitos. In the Washington, DC region, TeleXitos can be found on over-the-air television (chap. 44.2) as well as on Comcast Xfinity (chap. 281), Cox (chap. 808) and Verizon FiOS (chap. 493).

Live broadcast: DC United vs. Minnesota United FC can be streamed live on the NBC Sports Washington website and on the NBC Sports app. ESPN + will also broadcast a live stream of the event.

DC United vs. Minnesota United FC TV schedule

19.00: DC United foreplay

19:30 o’clock: DC United v Minnesota United FC (Live)

DC UNITED vs. MINNESOTA UNITED FC: SOMETHING TO SEE

DC United has had one of the strongest offensive attacks in the MLS this season. Only the New England Revolution, which comes into play on Monday, has more goals a year than the DCU’s 45. However, Minnesota has only allowed 29 goals so far in 2021, which is the sixth fewest in the MLS.

DC UNITED vs. MINNESOTA UNITED FC: PLAYERS TO SEE

Ola Kamara, striker, DC United (16 goals, 3 assists in 20 games): After scoring just seven goals in his first 27 games with the DCU from 2019-20, Kamara has become the first top scorer at the top of the attacking success of the Black-Reds. He will start the game just two goals from his career high on Wednesday.

Robin Lod, forward, Minnesota United FC (7 goals, 4 assists in 15 games): Of Lod’s seven goals this season, three were game winners in extra time. The Finn’s next goal – regulated or not – will mark his career high point for a single season.

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