Atlanta will be wanting to win the Concacaf Champions League at the first time of asking but they face an almost impossible task against Monterrey.
Monterrey won 3-0 in the first leg and look good value to make the semi-finals here as Frank de Boer's side faces an uphill battle against the Mexican club.
|Game||Atlanta United vs Monterrey|
|Date||Wendesday, March 14|
|Time||12:00am GMT / 8:00pm ET|
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
In the United States (US), the game can be streamed via Yahoo Sports USA and Univision Deportes
|US TV channel||Online stream|
|N/A||Yahoo Sports USA/ Univision Deportes|
In the UK, the game will not be broadcast live or available for streaming.
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
Squads & Team News
|Goalkeepers||Guzan, Kann, Hildebrandt|
|Defenders||Pirez, Escobar, Garza, Parkhurst, Escobar, Zizzo, Ambrose, Robinson, Hernandez|
|Midfielders||Villalba, Barco, Nagbe, Remedi, Gressel, Larentowicz, McCann, Kratz, Carleton, Wheeler-Omiunu, Shannon, Kunga|
|Forwards||Martinez, Williams, Vazquez, Gallagher|
Franco Escobar is the only injury worry Atlanta have headed into this one. The club have struggled to adjust to life without Miguel Almiron after he joined Newcastle in January.
Possible Atlanta starting XI: Guzan, Robinson, Pirez, Parkhurst, Garza; Villalba, Nagbe, Larentowicz, Barco; Martinez, Williams
|Goalkeepers||Barrovero, Carrizo, Cardenas,|
|Defenders||Sanchez, Layun, Vangioni, Basanta, Montes, Sanchez, Medina|
|Midfielders||Pizarro, Ortiz, Gonzalez, Gallardo, Molina, Gonzalez,|
|Forwards||Hurtado, Funes Mori, Pabon, Urretaviscaya, Zalvidar, Madrigal|
Arturo Gonzalez and Jonathan Urretaviscaya are both unavailable for Monterray in this fixture.
Possible Monterrey starting XI: Barrovero; Sanchez, Vangioni, Basanta, Layun; Gonzalez, Gallardo, Pizarro; Pabon, Hurtado, Funes Mori
Betting & Match Odds
Despite their 3-0 loss in the first leg Atlanta are favourites for this one at odds of 5/4, Monterray are available to back at 2/1 whilst the draw is priced up at 5/2
Atlanta have it all to do after losing 3-0 in the first leg but stranger things have happened.
Monterrey are three-time winners of this competition winning three in a row from 2011 to 2013 whilst this is Atlanta's first appearance in the competition and they are looking to become the first MLS side to win it since the start of the modern format.
The Mexican side are packed full of talent which was certainly on show when they demolished the current MLS Champions in the first leg.
Atlanta are missing Miguel Almiron more than they would have hoped and are relying on Josef Martinez and 'Pity' Martinez to be the difference-makers in this fixture.
The Venezuelan striker scored 31 goals in MLS last season and will have to be at his very best if Atlanta are to progress any further in this competition.