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[Official™!]* Inter Miami vs Nashville SC Live Free Streams Broadcast online TV 13 March 2024

How to watch Inter Miami vs. Nashville SC (3/13/24): Free Live stream, time, TV, channel for CONCACAF Champions League. Inter Miami, led by Lionel Messi, will face Nashville SC in the CONCACAF Champions League on Thursday, March 13, 2024 (3/13/24) at Chase Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


Inter Miami will take on Nashville in the second leg of the Concacaf Champions Cup Round-of-16 at the Chase Stadium on Wednesday. It promises to be an exciting contest after both teams had to settle for a 2-2 draw in the first leg.

Both Lionel Messi and new signing Luis Suarez scored a goal each for Inter Miami in the first leg, but that was only good enough to level the scoreline after a first-half brace from Jacob Shaffelburg. Messi's team then suffered a shock defeat at home against Montreal and they are heading into this game on the back of that loss. Nashville has also struggled recently, with three back-to-back draws. They will be desperate for a win.

Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Inter Miami CF vs Nashville SC kick-off time

Here’s what you need to know:

What: CONCACAF Champions League

Who: Inter Miami vs. Nashville SC

When: March 13, 2024

Time: 8 p.m.

Where: Chase Stadium

TV: Fox Sports 2

Lionel Messi wore street clothes and watched from a sideline box as Montreal took advantage of several Inter Miami defensive miscues to hand his team its first loss of the season - a 3-2 defeat at home Sunday evening.

Messi did not play after previously being listed as questionable with a shin injury.

The injury happened in a 2-2 draw at Nashville in the CONCACAF Champions Cup last week. Messi went to contest a pass from Nashville’s Lukas Macnaughton, who appeared to step on the 36-year-old’s calf and cause his left ankle to twist. Trainers tended to Messi as he writhed in pain on the pitch in the 77th minute, but he remained in the match.

Messi left that match with a bruise, but head coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino said Sunday the team and Messi had previously agreed that he would rest against Montreal - no matter what happened at Nashville.

Martino has been tasked with finding ways to manage Messi’s workload and recovery as he has played every minute of Inter Miami’s first four games of the season.

Resting the eight-time Ballon d’Or winner makes sense — Inter Miami will play two more games over the next six days. That’s four games in a ten-day stretch. And Messi was called up to represent the Argentinian national team in a pair of Copa America warm-up matches on March 22 and 26. Inter Miami also has a match at New York on March 23.

We all know Leo, Inter Miami assistant coach Javier Morales said during a media availability Saturday, “he’s a player who wants to play every game. I think we will have a conversation with him, see how he is and try to decide what is best for him.

Luis Suarez and Sergio Busquets did not start Sunday but came on as second-half substitutes. Suarez, like Messi, had previously started all four of Inter Miami’s games.

They asked me ten days ago if we were going to do a rotation, Martino said curtly when asked about resting Messi, as well as the reasoning behind Sunday’s lineup. “Today we did a rotation. There’s no other answer.

Leonarda Campana scored the tying goal for Miami in the 71st minute after Montreal took a 1-0 lead early in the first half on a header from Fernando Álvarez. Off a cross from Lawson Sunderland, Campana injected life into the crowd at Chase Stadium when he sent a header into the bottom left corner of the net.

But in a game that was one of Inter Miami’s sloppiest of the season, Montreal took a two-goal lead with scores from Matías Cóccaro and Sunusi Ibrahim in less than a five-minute span.

It was Inter Miami’s first loss of the young season, despite having chances down the stretch. Jordi Alba sent a left-footed shot from outside the box into the top left corner to make it 3-2.

The match will be played at the Chase Stadium on Wednesday, with kick-off at 8.15 pm ET for fans in the US.

Inter Miami will miss the services of Benjamin Cremaschi, Facundo Farias, Franco Negri, Ian Fray and Robbie Robinson for the game due to injuries.

Lionel Messi, who was rested for the last outing, is expected to return to the lineup for this crucial second leg.

Miami predicted XI: Callender; Gressel, Aviles, Freire, Alba; Ruiz, Busquets, Gomez; Messi, Suarez, Taylor.

Hany Mukhtar and Sam Surridge have recovered from their respective injuries and are available for selection. Randall Leal, however, remains sidelined.

Nashville will have to be at their very best to challenge Inter Miami in front of their home crowd, especially with Messi well-rested and raring to go.

Nashville predicted XI: Willis; MacNaughton, Zimmerman, Maher; Moore, Davis, Godoy, Muyl, Shaffelburg; Boyd, Bunbury.

Nashville SC look to exact their revenge on Lionel Messi and Inter Miami for the Leagues Cup heartbreak last year as they travel to Chase Stadium in Florida to contest the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions Cup matchup in the Round of 16.

After a 2-2 draw in the first leg last week, the tie is wide open, leaving both sides with a fantastic opportunity to advance in the continental club championship. Inter Miami hold the slight advantage, as their two goals in Nashville in the first leg give them the away goals tiebreaker unless Nashville match or beat that here.

Messi was rested over the weekend against CF Montreal, when Inter Miami suffered their first defeat of the year. However, Tata Martino confirmed that the Argentine is ready to start this CONCACAF matchup against MLS opposition.

Inter Miami will quickly have a chance to bounce back from their first loss of this young season when hosting Nashville SC at home with a spot in the last eight of Champions Cup on the line. As a result of the two teams drawing the first leg 2-2 in Nashville, due to away goals being the tiebreaker, a draw where Nashville scores fewer than two goals would still see Inter Miami advance.

Over the weekend the Herons were able to get Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, and Sergio Busquets some rest and while they would've liked to keep their undefeated start to the season alive, it's arguably more important to break into the last eight teams remaining in Champions Cup, especially with more MLS clubs getting knocked out left and right.

The Herons may be undefeated with Messi and Suarez in the XI, but that doesn't mean that there isn't some concern stemming from the Montreal performance they missed. Federico Redondo could've been red carded for throwing unnecessary elbows and the team conceded two goals from set plays, continuing their struggles from last season. Nashville is a team that can hurt you in transition, and then with Walker Zimmerman as a target for free kicks and corners, if Miami continues their fouling, it could lead to more goals conceded from dead ball scenarios.

They had Miami in the first half at home, and Gary Smith must have been disappointed to allow two away goals to the Herons, Nashville can also draw confidence from the performance. Hany Mukhtar had just returned from an injury which now has had more time to heal while Jacob Shaffelburg had turned in one of the most impressive performances that he has had in a Nashville shirt. They'll want to start the match quickly to try and level things out on away goals, but this is a game that Nashville can win.

Messi went to contest a pass from Nashville’s Lukas Macnaughton, who appeared to step on the 36-year-old’s calf and cause his left ankle to twist. Trainers tended to Messi as he writhed in pain on the pitch in the 77th minute, but he remained in the match.


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