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Inter Miami vs. New York Red Bulls: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

The fifth weekend of MLS action gets underway with Lionel Messi's Inter Miami visiting another Eastern Conference team that's off to a hot start in the New York Red Bulls.

Miami has 10 points from five games while the Red Bulls have seven points from four matches. Miami has a league-best +8 goal differential; New York's is at -1 despite suffering just one loss so far.

How to watch Inter Miami vs. New York Red Bulls, TV channel and streaming

Inter Miami vs. New York Red Bulls will be streamed exclusively on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.

Inter Miami vs. New York Red Bulls kick-off time, date and venue

Inter Miami vs. New York Red Bulls is scheduled to kick off at 2 PM ET on Saturday, March 23, and the game will take place at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ.

Inter Miami vs. New York Red Bulls stats and head-to-head record

  • Inter Miami forward Luis Suarez is tied for the MLS lead in goals with four and in assists with three.
  • Inter Miami leads MLS in team goals with 13 in five matches, although Miami is the only team to play five matches as of mid-March.
  • The Red Bulls have scored four goals in four games, with winger Lewis Morgan leading the team with two goals.
  • Emil Forsberg, New York's marquee offseason designated player signing, has one goal and one assist in four matches.
  • Goalkeeper Drake Callender, who will likely miss this matchup after receiving a call up to the United States Men's National Team, leads the league in goals prevented above average as he has stopped 3.3 more goals than an average 'keeper based on post-shot expected goals.
  • New York keeps the sixth-lowest percentage of possession (45 percent) while Miami keeps the fifth-highest percentage (55.5 percent).

Inter Miami

3 wins


0 ties

New York Red Bulls

5 wins

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Inter Miami team news

Benjamin Cremaschi, Facundo Farias, Ian Fray, Franco Negri, and Robbie Robinson are still out with long-term injuries. Lionel Messi missed Miami's most recent match against DC United with a hamstring injury, and manager Tata Martino said the superstar will be evaluated on a "week-to-week" basis going forward. Goalkeeper Drake Callender will miss this matchup after being called up to the United States Men's National Team for a game against Jamaica on Thursday, March 21.

New York Red Bulls team news

Serge Ngoma is out with a long-term hamstring injury. Ryan Meara, Sean Nealis, and Dante Vanzier are all questionable. Meara and Nealis were unused substitutes in New York's most recent match, a 3-0 loss to the Columbus Crew, while Vanzier and Ngoma missed out altogether.

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