When will the Chicago Fire and Montreal match begin? Saturday 29 May 2021 – 18:00 (UK)
Where will the Chicago Fire and Montreal match take place? Soldier Field, Chicago
Where can I get Chicago Fire and Montreal tickets? The most recent ticket information can be found on each club’s official website
Which TV Channel is Chicago Fire vs Montreal showing on in UK? Sky Sports & FreeSports shares the rights to MLS matches in the UK, so it’s worth checking out their schedules
Where can I broadcast the Chicago Fire and Montreal match in the UK? If it airs on Sky Sports, subscribers can broadcast the match live on Sky Go. If it airs on FreeSports, subscribers can broadcast the match live on Premier Player
In the United States, ESPN + has the rights to stream some MLS matches. US residents can sign up by clicking here
The Chicago Fire came to this on the back of the 1-0 win over Inter Miami led by Phil Neville, who ended a four-game losing streak and was also their first win of the season on the sixth attempt. They faced the start-up Montreal Impact with two wins, two draws and three defeats, with those three defeats in their last four matches, including a home defeat to the previously hapless Cincinnati before that. The theme of the Chicago matches was “for both teams to score – no” as their four losing matches ended in this way; Four of the last five for Montreal were the same so this can continue to be.
H2H Chicago Fire vs Montreal
Chicago Fire Impact de Montreal have played 21 games so far. Chicago Fire won 7 direct matches. Impact de Montreal won 8 matches. 6 matches ended in a draw. On average in direct matches, both teams scored 2.81 goals per match.
Chicago Fire scored an actual season average of 0.67 goals per match. In 2 (66.67%) of the matches played at home, the total goals (the team and the opponent) were more than 1.5 goals. In 1 (33.33%) matches in the 2021 season played at home the total goals (team and opponent) were more than 2.5 goals.
Impact De Montreal scored an average of 1.29 goals per match in the 2021 season. In 3 (75.00%) of matches played outside the ground the total goals (team and opponent) were over 1.5 goals. In 1 (25.00%) of the matches the team played away from home the total goals (team and opponent) were more than 2.5 goals.