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Chicago Fire v Philadelphia Union: Live stream, TV schedule & team news

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Join us here before and after kickoff to give the MST3K treatment today's game; lineups posted in the comments!

Here's to hoping Jeff Larentowicz can leave Vincent Noguiera on his backside repeatedly today.
Here's to hoping Jeff Larentowicz can leave Vincent Noguiera on his backside repeatedly today.
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Today's fourth match of the MLS season kicks off at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, IL just after 4 p.m. CDT. The homestanding Fire (0-0-3) are still looking for their first points of the season, and sit at the very bottom of the combined MLS table. The visitors from Philadelphia (0-2-1) have felt hard done by some of the results in the early going, and feel a win should be theirs for the taking today.

Preview materials from Hot Time are herehere, and here. If you'd like the Philadelphia perspective, the Brotherly Game's preview is here. And how about game previews from Fire Confidentialchicago-fire.com, the former On The Firevavel.com, and this scorching-hot take from PhillySoccerPage.net.

Broadcast information

TV: ESPN2, ESPN Deportes en español, Eurosport International in some European markets, streaming via WatchESPN

Radio: Chicago Spanish-language radio on ESPN Deportes 97.5 FM

The odds

The bookmaker-consolidation site BetBrain.com has the Union favored ever so slightly in this match - it's 36 percent for a road win, 35 percent for a home win, and 29 percent to draw.